- 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.
- The Effective Communication College Learning Outcome is scheduled for assessment beginning
in spring 2019. Departments that have designated CLO 1 as the primary CLO in their
courses will propose signature assignments which will be scored using institutional
- CLOs will be assessed initially on the following schedule. Ongoing assessment of each
CLO will occur based upon departmental assessment plans.
Tentative College Learning Outcomes Assessment Cycle
- Effective Communication: 2019
- Technical Literacy: 2020
- Critical Thinking & Quantitative Reasoning: 2021
- Workforce Readiness: 2022
- Citizenship: 2023
- 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.
- 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