Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment Feedback



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Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment Feedback

PROGRAM| ILO |2014-2015
The Annual Institutional Learning Outcome Assessment Report is designed to gather information and evidence for assessment practices. Each program submitted a report containing the following: Institutional learning outcome being assessed; Program learning outcomes related to institutional learning outcomes; Program learning outcomes assessed in the last year; Direct and indirect assignment(s) and when they take place in the program; Program participation in the assessment; Assessment methodology; Assessment results; Assessment discussion; and Implications of assessment. One member of the Assessment & Program Review Committee reviewed the assessment report and provided feedback using a standardized feedback form created by the Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness (IRE). IRE’s Senior Assessment Analyst and Assessment Coordinator also reviewed the report and created a feedback form taking into account the feedback given by the committee reviewer as well as IRE’s feedback. A rubric assessing the report which was scored using a 0-3 point format for nine standards is also included in the report.


  1. Program Learning Outcomes

Instructions to the Program: List all Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) that align with the Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO).

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Weaknesses:

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  1. Evidence

Instructions to the Program: Describe all DIRECT assessment methods (e.g., exams, written papers, projects, presentations, etc.) and all INDIRECT assessment methods (e.g., surveys, student evaluations of faculty, graduation rates, etc.) evaluated for the current report including which PLO’s are being assessed.

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  1. Methods

Instructions to the Program: Please provide a narrative describing the assessment methodology. Provide the date of data collection, who collected the data, how the data was collected, and how the data was scored.

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  1. Assessment Goals

Instructions to the Program: For each direct and indirect assessment, please define the purpose of assignment, definition of success, specific benchmarks for individual students, specific benchmarks for the program, indicate if the data will be disaggregated by demographic variables (such as ethnicity, gender, international status, etc.), and indicate if there are any other goals.

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  1. Assessment Participation

Instructions to the Program: Identify all who participated (faculty, administration, IRE, preceptors, etc.) in the assessment process for this report by describing the role each played. Specify relevant titles, group names, and specific evidence each helped assess.

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  1. Results

Instructions to the Program: Please provide a narrative of how the data was analyzed, describe your findings, provide the sample size, all applicable descriptive statistics, tables, and other outcomes.

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  1. Discussion

Instructions to the Program: Please restate major findings. Explain the meaning of the findings and why they are important. Were program goals met? Why or why not? What are the limitations of the data? What are the limitations of the results? What are the limitations of the process? Are there alternative explanations to your findings?

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  1. Implications

Instructions to the Program: Please describe if the results of this assessment have been discussed or circulated. If the results have been discussed, with whom? If the results have been circulated, with whom? Are there any plans for how results might be used? Have results already led to internal discussion or other follow-up?

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  1. Overall Organization

Instructions to the Program: Provide a systematic and well organized display of information with continuity of information presented in the beginning to the end.

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Overall Review

1. Do you feel the ILO is properly assessed? (Y/N) If no, what do you feel is missing?

2. Do you feel the direct assessment goals were appropriately set? (Y/N) If there is more than one direct assessment, please list the assessments and indicate if the goals were appropriately set.
3. Based on this report, can you conclude that the students in the program are preforming at a high level in regards to the ILO? (Y/N) If no, why? (Please use the assessment report to substantiate your reasoning.)



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