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Qbcc Assessment and ePortfolio for 5.6.11Presentation Transcript
Making Transfer Connections - May 6th, 2011Key Stakeholders Arthur Corradetti, Associate Dean of Accreditation, Assessment, and Institutional Effectiveness Michele Cuomo, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Jean Darcy, Associate Professor, English Victor Fichera, Principal Investigator, Academic Assessment Protocol George Muchita, Transfer Coordinator Bruce Naples, Director, Academic Computing Center Freshman Academy Coordinators - Advisors Faculty Students
How we are using ePortfolios? Cornerstone SWIG (multiple departments) Nursing Showcase Business High Impact Freshman Academy Advisement (multiple departments)
Gen. Ed. Competencies Principal focus – critical thinking, problem-solving, information literacy, quantitative literacy Academy assessment – gen. ed. rubrics (small scale) VALUE project (AACU) – gen. ed. rubrics (wider scale) New rubric – proposed – student self-awareness
Outcomes Assessment Anonymous reflection surveys (SWIG) High Impact practices ePortfolios, Writing Intensive, Learning Communities Quantitative data Using student demographic data, IRB approval CCSSE LaGuardia – planning stage How have you satisfied IRB requirements?
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Process SWIG example Students upload vetted artifact to their ePortfolio Students de-identify and email their artifact to an assessment mailbox Assessors randomly collect artifacts and assess according to an agreed-upon rubric Data is compiled and analyzed