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Academic Affairs and Workforce Divisional Resource Prioritization . April 30, 2013 Leticia Barajas, VP Academic Affairs and Workforce Development . INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISION PRIORITIZATION PROCESS. All Department Resource Requests

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Academic affairs and workforce divisional resource prioritization

Academic Affairs and Workforce Divisional Resource Prioritization

April 30, 2013

Leticia Barajas, VP Academic Affairs and Workforce Development


Instructional division prioritization process

INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISION PRIORITIZATION PROCESS

  • All Department Resource Requests

    • Classified and certificated personnel requests removed (they follow another process)

  • Divisional Chairs and Deans received rubric developed by Institutional Effectiveness along with department program review and closing the loop information related to resource requests

  • Scores received by 12pm 4/30/2013 tallied

  • Resource requests were ordered from highest to lowest while ensuring that department order was maintained; the vote of the chair was included in the total score

  • Academic Council members agreed on moving forward with the rankings in this manner for this year’s Prioritized Resource requests

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Reflecting on 2012 13 process ideas for process improvement

REFLECTING ON 2012-13 PROCESSIdeas for process improvement

  • Establish and communicate timeline early – start in Fall semester

  • Provide rubric for evaluation and scoring training at the beginning

  • Post training session - capture process digitally and provide visuals and tools

  • Develop a “data dashboard” to provide a better trend analysis and data

  • Consider methods that promote and facilitate inter-departmental collaboration to address needs that cut across college and departments

  • Keep Program Review format for the entire four-year cycle

  • Determine what are the key metrics to evaluate program effectiveness (e.g. graduation rates, success, etc)

  • Enhance and provide time for on-going dialogue opportunities among all involved chair/faculty/dean/staff/vp

  • Consider how college separates global vs individual department needs

400 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015 - college.lattc.edu/wed


Next steps

NEXT STEPS

  • Complete the 12-13 Program Review/Planning and Budgeting Cycle

  • Review, evaluate, and validate comprehensive four-year Program Review/Prioritization at Department Level review, (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)

    3. Conduct meta-analysis - validate, review, evaluate what

    we have done at process-level

400 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015 - college.lattc.edu/wed


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