The Program Review. Presented by: Jamey anderson , Chair, program review committee Katharine muller , Vice Chair, program review committee Hannah lawler Program review committee member May/ june 2014. Training Overview. CurricuNET Frequently Asked Questions General pointers
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Chair, program review committee
Vice Chair, program review committee
Program review committee member
Frequently Asked Questions
Selected program review questions
What is the purpose of program review?
The purpose of program review is to systematically document:
Why do we do an annual program review?
Better connect the program review to college planning processes
If I completed a six year program review this year (2013-2014), do I have to do an annual review?
Where can I access more information about the program review process?
Focus on data that is important to your program
Do not copy and paste Institutional Research report narrative – provide thoughtful analyses and interpretation of data results from your program’s perspective
Process of collecting evidence to document how well a program is meeting its goals, how successful is program
Evidence: information produced to answer a question that has been deliberately posed
Existence of data is not evidence – information needs to be analyzed and reflected upon for it to be useful and meaningful
List your SLOs or UOs
List core competencies/program SLOs (instructional only)
Describe the SLO/UO process
Other evaluation: Additional data you collect to assess how effective your program is or whether your program is meeting its goals
Goals: broad, general statements of what program intends to accomplish
Objectives: brief, clear statements of what program will do to accomplish goal
Outcomes: expected results/consequences/impact if objectives and goals are accomplished
“Faculty will be able to use information to inform decision-making and planning processes”
“The Office of Institutional Research will successfully promote a culture of evidence-based inquiry”
“Increase training opportunities for faculty on data analysis and interpretation techniques”