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Qbcc Assessment and ePortfolio for 5.6.11


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Qbcc Assessment and ePortfolio for 5.6.11

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