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Action Step 2.2.2

Action Step 2.2.2

At the conclusion of the program review cycle, survey Deans and Dept. Chairs regarding the data elements included in and the ease of use of the Student Success and Retention Report.

(PRIE)

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The PRIE Surveys administered in May of 2011 found the following:

Planning Process:  The college community recognizes the participatory governance process and committees and believes that the college uses quantitative and qualitative data for planning.   Challenges identified included ensuring that institutional plans, program review and SLO assessments are used for planning and resource allocation.

Program Review:  The college community recognizes that there is a program review process in place, that it is done regularly and that the Senate and administration have developed a framework for this process.  Challenges identified included having the resources to produce meaningful program reviews, having discussions within programs about program review results and believing that the college is effectively using program review results. 

Student Learning Outcomes:  Respondents stated that they were aware of the five college-wide SLOs, that they believed the Academic Senate and the Curriculum Committee were supporting the development of course-level and degree-level SLOs and that they put SLOs in their syllabi.  Challenges primarily concerned SLOs in the student services areas which have just embarked on the process of creating SLOs and developing assessments for their areas.

The Program Review Committee under the Academic Senate has also reviewed the process of the program review.

The Program Review Template has been divided into separate templates – one for budget requests only which can be done as needed on an annual basis and a second one for doing an overall program review including curriculum, student access and success, and SLOs.  In addition, we have added a place for programs to identify a “Point of improvement” based on SLO assessment that they would like to work on.  They would then have 2-3 years until their next review to plan, implement and assess their success at improving student learning.

This idea was also reflected in the Integrated Planning Model Diagram as “Action Plan for Program Improvement”.

In sum, results from both Planning Process survey and Program Review survey indicated that college uses and satisfied with the quantitative and qualitative data.

Please see the results in details below.

2011 Survey Results re COM Processes:

 

 

 

 

 

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