Institutional Assessment - Use of Student Learning Evidence


Use of Student Learning Evidence

This component represents the extent to which evidence of student learning is used to identify areas where changes in policies and practices may lead to improvement, inform institutional decision-making, problem identification, planning, goal setting, faculty development, course revision, program review, and accountability or accreditation self-study.

Caring for the Curriculum

In early Spring of 2017, all full time faculty gathered for a lock-in to work on curriculum assessment and planning. This all-day lock-in helped faculty care for the curriculum by learning about best practices in assessment and formalizing assessment plans within each program. A video collage of photos from the lock-in can be found below. The experience was so successful on our campus that staff from the Center for Teaching and Learning made a presentation to the February 2018 Association for Continuing Higher Education Annual Conference to share our experience with other schools. The "'Locked In' to the Assessment Process" presentation is available for view.

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