External Reviews of Departments and Programs, 2009-10. Overview Amy Mullin, Interim Vice-Principal Academic & Dean. New Quality Assurance Framework.
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Preparation and submission of internal self-study by program director or departmental chair in context of widespread consultation with faculty, staff, cognate units and students.
Increasingly templates and data to be used in self-study will be provided centrally. Programs, research, teaching, governance and plans for the future to be discussed, along with measures of quality to assess the program or department against national and international peers.
External reviewers (typically 2 for a department) visit campus for two days and prepare their report for the Dean. Important that report provides detailed evaluation of programs and curriculum.
Intellectual identity of department continues to evolve, new appointments bridge areas of scholarly and teaching interest, other areas of common interest (such as pedagogy or digital humanities) connect faculty from different disciplines
Clearer governance structure established, more standing committees appointed, terms of reference developed for them
External reviewers misunderstood – faculty already involved in academic advising, continuing appointment faculty do teach at least one large course each (with rare and decreasing exceptions), more fourth year courses to be taught by faculty with continuing appointments
Director of Intellectual Community appointed to increase faculty and graduate student presence on campus, mentors to be more fully engaged with new faculty