- The General Studies Division has begun implementing the new course-level assessment process. Following their rotation plans, each department will assess learning outcomes at the course level. The first round
of course-level assessment data will be submitted at the end of the fall 2018 semester.
- Faculty in the General Studies Division will replace the LOAF (Phase IV) form with
the faculty reflection and self-evaluation form. Submissions are due at the end of the fall 2018 semester.
- CLO assessment has been postponed to begin in the 2019 spring semester.
- On January 7, 2019, campus-wide training in the revised assessment process will be
held. This training is mandatory for full-time faculty and optional, but encouraged,
for adjunct instructors.
- CLO assessment will be piloted beginning in spring 2019. Volunteer faculty will test
using VALUE rubrics to assess signature assignments in their courses. Full CLO assessment
implementation is planned for fall 2019.
- The Health Sciences Division will begin implementing the revised assessment process
following the January training.
- In March, a NILOA coach will visit the college to offer feedback on the revised assessment