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Accreditation: Midterm Report. Presented to the AVC Board of Trustees March 11, 2013 Ms. Tina Leisner McDermott, Faculty Accreditation Coordinator. A. ACCJC letter / 5 Main issues B. Midterm Report Status. A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues. #1: PLO (Program Learning Outcomes)

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accreditation midterm report

Accreditation: Midterm Report

Presented to the AVC Board of Trustees

March 11, 2013

Ms. Tina Leisner McDermott, Faculty

Accreditation Coordinator

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A. ACCJC letter / 5 Main issues

  • B. Midterm Report Status
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A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues
  • #1: PLO (Program Learning Outcomes)
    • 75% written into WEAVE
    • 47% completed 1 cycle of assessment
efforts to resolve
Efforts to resolve:
  • Communication from SLO Co-Chair and reps to persons responsible
  • Training in SLO-PLO mapping method
    • (more efficient, streamlined)
  • Communication from Accreditation Faculty Coordinator (AFC)
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A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues
  • #2: Integrated Planning
    • Use of SLO data and action plans in Program Review - DONE
    • SLO data brought forward in budget requests using stated processes in follow-up report
efforts to resolve1
Efforts to resolve:
  • AFC meeting with SPBC Chairs individually and committee to resolve issues
  • Standard I Committee investigating paper trail and documenting evidence of new procedures being followed.
  • Improving communication formally and informally amongst committee chairs, DEIRP, and AFC.
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A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues
  • #3: ITS
    • Implementation of Help Desk procedures and needs assessment cycle.
efforts to resolve2
Efforts to resolve:
  • Meetings with new ITS director
  • Gathering data to show evidence
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A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues
  • #4: Library
    • Meeting students’ needs with library collection.
efforts to resolve3
Efforts to resolve:
  • Comparative analysis done for follow-up report
  • Updating as to new EBSCO Discovery and improved student usage.
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A. ACCJC Letter - Main Issues
  • #5: GASB Retirement Funding
efforts to resolve4
Efforts to resolve:
  • The District is in the process of developing a local Retirement Board Authority (RBA). 
  • $350K set aside for OPEB Liability in 2013-2014.  The RBA to develop a long-term funding plan for the OPEB.
  • Actuarial Study Agreement in March 2013, to determine how large our current liability is.  Results by Summer 2013.
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B. Midterm Report Status
  • 19 Improvement Plans tentative status:
    • MET = 10
    • PARTIALLY MET = 6
    • MODIFIED OR DELETED = 3
efforts to resolve5
Efforts to resolve:
  • Some modifications needed
  • Still investigating and gathering evidence
  • For future, caution with regard to feasibility and value of improvement plans (i.e., overuse of student surveys) to ensure they are implemented in a timely manner.
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Wrap / Key ideas
  • Implementation –
    • Un-block decision making, show an ongoing practice
  • Integration –
    • Continue with SLOs – Program Review – Budget Requests
  • Communication -
    • Committee transparency & consistency
    • Inter-committee dialogue