Current Assessment Activities
Assessment is a process designed to systematically measure the achievement of learning outcomes/goals among students, programs, or other entities to verify student accomplishments and improve programs.
This assessment process at Hood College is described in the following cycle:
|Summer||OIRA; Graduate School Faculty||Graduate school assessment workshop|
|August||OIRA; CCAB; Faculty||Assessment Day (faculty discussions, assessment updates, and workshops)|
|Throughout each semester||OIRA; Core Area Coordinators; Department Chairs/Program Coordinators||Meet to confirm assessment plans, rubrics, and linkages in Chalk & Wire|
|As scheduled||OIRA; CCAB; Core Area Coordinators; Core Area Faculty||Core area reviews, scheduled on a two-year rotation|
|November & April||OIRA||Distribute Excel score templates for courses not submitting results via Chalk & Wire|
|Throughout each semester||Faculty||Score assignments in Chalk & Wire and submit results to OIRA (by end of semester)|
|December||CCAB; Core Area Coordinators||Core areas submit data into action plans to CCAB|
|May||OIRA||Release annual assessment reports|
|June||OIRA; Administrative Units||Complete administrative unit assessment reports|
CCAB=Core Curriculum Assessment Board; OIRA=Office of Institutional Research & Assessment
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