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Department of computing and technology school of science and technology

Department of Computing and TechnologySchool of Science and Technology

A.A.S. in Computer Aided Design Drafting (CADD)

CIP Code 480105

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010


Program actions since last assessment presentation

Program Actions Since Last Assessment Presentation

  • Create a baseline of clearly defined program outcomes based on Bloom’s Taxonomy to better establish student learning objectives.

  • For each of the expanded and focused program outcomes, a careful analysis has been performed and we are implementing a plan to measure effectiveness of student learning for each outcome which will be utilized in future assessments so that trend data may be obtained.

  • Continue to utilize the Industrial Advisory Council membership and include their input in the assessment process.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Program actions since last assessment presentation continued

Program Actions Since Last Assessment Presentation (Continued)

  • For faculty assessment of student capstone portfolios, a rubric has been developed for direct measurement.

  • It is also planned to utilize opinionaires from industry professionals as an indirect measurement of student capstone portfolios.

  • Sponsor and promote various activities of the CADD Club to promote positive student retention. CADD Club activities will be assessed with indirect measurements of student learning outcomes.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Student learning or service outcomes

Student-Learning or Service Outcomes

General Student Learning Outcomes

PO-1: Students will have an understanding of Computer Aided Drafting Design (CADD) techniques and practices by using various CAD software tools.

PO-2: Students will be capable of solving basic mathematical and design problems in the capacity of technical supervisors for a design drafting industry.

PO-3: Students must possess the ability to communicate effectively using oral, written, and multimedia techniques.

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010


Student learning or service outcomes continued

Student-Learning or Service Outcomes(Continued)

Specific Student Learning Outcomes

  • LO-1: Students will be able to solve 2D and 3D drafting problems involving points, lines, planes and contoured surfaces in addition to producing these solutions based on industrial standards.

  • LO-2 - Students will demonstrate their capability to design manufacturing tools such as jigs and fixtures and produce these drawings by examining parametric design procedures related to data structures and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM).

  • LO-3: Students will solve applied mathematical problems related to Surveying, Statics, Materials and Strength, Motion analysis, and basic electricity.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Alignment of outcomes

Alignment of Outcomes

The A.A.S in CAD program, as well as all programs in the CaT Dept., support the University Mission in the Cameron University Plan 2013 as stated below…

“Cameron University provides a diverse and dynamic student body access to quality educational opportunities; foster a student-centered academic environment that combines innovative classroom teaching with experiential learning; prepare students for professional success, responsible citizenship, life-long learning, and meaningful contributions to a rapidly changing world; and is a driven force in the cultural life and economic development of the region.”

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Alignment of outcomes1

Alignment of Outcomes

  • Outcomes PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, LO-1, LO-2, LO-3

     experiential learning

  • Outcomes PO-1 PO-2, PO-3, LO-1, LO-2, LO-3

     professional success

  • Outcome PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, LO-2, LO-3

     meaningful contributions to a

    rapidly changing world

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Measures of learning and service outcomes

Measures of Learning and Service Outcomes

  • Sample project drawings, class assignments and laboratory exams will be evaluated by faculty for quality and proper usage of industrial standards. This also includes pretest-posttest assessment.

  • A sample of these assignments/project drawings/exams will be maintained in a portfolio for evaluation (on a rubric scale based on the program objectives) by the advisory council members.

  • The prototype of a manufacturing tool will be checked for feasibility in production using CAM procedures. This assessment will be in a form of a random sampling of course projects.

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010


Student learning or service outcome and measurements

Student-learning or service outcome and measurements

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010

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Display of assessment data

Display of assessment data

A locally developed test was administered in a posttest format for students in CAD1013: Computer Aided Drafting. 70 questions were given on the final exam, and out of those questions were underlying Student Outcomes concerning the Programs Objectives for the AAS Computer Aided Design and Drafting Degree. The test was administered in Fall 2009 semester, the results for which are as shown below.

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010


Analysis of assessment data

Analysis of assessment data

  • The questions for this assessment came from the outcomes that are associated with ADDA accreditation in the area of Introduction to CAD. It appears from the results of this exam that students fared well and:

    • All of the students are close to mastering CAD software with enough skill to be known as a novice Draftsman

    • There were 2 areas at which students placed lower than 80%

    • There were 6 areas at which students placed only 80%.

Action Items for this Assessment

  • More emphasis on the items mentioned above will be made in CAD 1013 Introduction to CAD

  • An additional assignment or project will be made in class to reinforce the weak areas.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Student learning or service outcome and measurements1

Student-learning or service outcome and measurements

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Display of assessment data1

Display of assessment data

A locally developed test was administered in a posttest format for students in EDT 2053: Manufacturing Processes. 80 questions were given on the final exam, and out of those questions were underlying Student Outcomes concerning the Programs Objectives for the AAS Computer Aided Design and Drafting Degree. The test was administered in Fall 2009 semester, the results for which are as shown below.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Analysis of assessment data1

Analysis of assessment data

  • The questions for this assessment came from the outcomes that are associated with ADDA accreditation in the area of manufacturing. It appears from the results of this exam that students fared well and:

    • 80% of the students are close to mastering Manufacturing CAD/CAM software with enough skill to be employed at an entry level job as a Draftsman in Industry

    • There were 7 areas at which students placed lower than 80%

    • There was 1 area at which students placed only 50%.

Action Items for this Assessment

  • More emphasis on the items mentioned above will be made in EDT 2053 Manufacturing Processes.

  • An additional assignment or project will be made in class to reinforce the week areas.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Student learning or service outcome and measurements2

Student-learning or service outcome and measurements

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Display of assessment data2

Display of assessment data

A locally developed test was administered in a posttest format for students in CAD 1023: Descriptive Geometry. 50 questions and a final drawing were given on the final exam, and out of those questions were underlying Student Outcomes concerning the Programs Objectives for the AAS Computer Aided Design and Drafting Degree. The test was administered in Fall 2009 semester, the results for which are as shown below.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Analysis of assessment data2

Analysis of assessment data

  • The questions for this assessment came from the outcomes that are associated with ADDA accreditation in the area of descriptive geometry. It appears from the results of this exam that students fared well and:

    • 80% of the students are close to mastering CAD software with enough skill to be employed at an entry level job as a Draftsman in Industry

    • There were 3 areas at which students placed lower than 80%

    • There were 2 areas at which students placed only 80%.

Action Items for this Assessment

  • More emphasis on the items mentioned above will be made in CAD 1023 Descriptive Geometry.

  • An additional assignment or project will be made in class to reinforce the week areas.

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


Action plan for student learning or service outcomes

Action plan for Student-Learning or Service Outcomes

Work toward obtaining ADDA accreditation for the A.A.S. in Computer Aided Design Drafting Degree program.

Continue to sponsor and promote various activities of the CADD Club to promote positive student retention. CADD Club activities will be assessed with indirect measurements of student learning outcomes.

Continue to utilize the Industrial Advisory Council membership and include their input in the assessment process.

Program Quality Improvement Report

2009-2010


Questions

QUESTIONS??

Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010


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