Institutional Indicators & Benchmarking. Presentation to AQIP Quality Check-up Team March 2008. Where have we been? The Impetus. Ohio Partnership for Excellence First done in 2001- 02 Provides external review Served as point of entrance to AQIP
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Presentation to AQIP Quality Check-up Team
To develop an institutional effectiveness model including mission priorities, indicators, benchmarks/targets, and data sources
To identify and organize key data and information to measure institutional progress against the mission
July Report on progress
Identify key indicators to monitor
Develop action plans for continuous improvement
Update data and select/remove indicators
August/ Review and discuss indicators of
Monitor progress of key indicators
Report on progress
January/ Monitor progress of key indicators
The graph on the left shows the total number of graduates as well as the proportion of all who attend LCCC and other Ohio colleges, and those who did not enroll in post secondary education subsequent to graduation.
5 of the 6 high schools with the largest graduating classes send a higher proportion of their college bound students to LCCC than to other Ohio colleges
Half of these are also among the schools with the lowest proportion of first year college students. In fact, Admiral King, Southview, and Elyria rank 3rd, 4th, and 5th from the bottom, respectively, in proportion of graduates who attend college after graduation
North Ridgeville, Firelands, Keystone, and Clearview also send more students to LCCC than to other Ohio institutionsNumber To College
The Next Evolution
Indicators of Effectiveness
There were 36 indicators for the following three areas: Promote Education, Stimulate Community Development, and Enhance Institutional Effectiveness
Revise framework around the four cornerstones of the new mission: Education, Economy, Community, Culture
Reduce the number of indicators to 12.
To develop one document with about 18 indicators that reflect the indicators of effectiveness and Vision.
Vision 2015 Score Card
Consists of 6 Priorities with 32 Initiatives. Create a “scorecard” to measure and monitor the short/long-term progress of the strategic vision.
The College would select 12 indicators of success for Vision 2015. The suggestion would be to select 2 indicators (major outcomes) for each of the six strategic priorities
Yes well as the proportion of all who attend LCCC and other Ohio colleges, and those who did not enroll in post secondary education subsequent to graduation.
Are There Curriculum-Based Characteristics to Identify Cohort Groups?
Is there a Specified Default Group?
Review the Key Questions for Each Group and Characteristic Area
Selecting a Cohort Group to Benchmark Against
Do You Want to Select a Cohort Group by Institutional Type?
Review Data Questions
Reference: McCormick & Cox, 2003