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2003-2004 Institutional Effectiveness Plans

Humanities

Account Number:   2-10100,  2-10165

Related College Strategic Goal &

Objective

Objective (Please number each objective and provide a detailed description)

Measurable Outcome Directly Related to the Objective

Expected Cost (Budget: Adequate or Increase $______)

Steps for Assessing Outcomes for each Objective

I, 4

1. Oversee the revision of Course Manuals for all general ed courses, to include new TBR Gen Ed Outcomes and provide better guidance for all faculty

Revised Course Manuals for COM 100, COM 103

ENGL 1010

ENGL 1020

ENGL 2010-ENGL 2320

ART 1030

ENGL 1030

MUS 1030

PHIL 1030

THEA 1030 completed by June 30, 2004

Adequate.

1. Department chairs set up committees to review Course Manuals, Fall 2003.

2. Dean will review all revisions for consistency and to ensure outcome statements, etc. are included.

3. Production to be complete by beginning of Fall 2004 term and available to adjunct faculty.

I, 4

 

2. Develop assessment strategies for General Ed Courses that are dept. based, tied to TBR Gen Ed Outcomes, and will provide guidance to faculty in curriculum development

Assessment strategies to be in place for

DSPR,

DSPW,

ENGL1010

COM 100 COM 103 by June 30, 2004

Adequate.

1. Develop pre and post test for DSPR, DSPW, and ENGL.

2. Work with Communication Dept. to develop strategies specific to COM.

3. Implement assessment strategies Fall 2004.

4. Evaluate results for usefulness.

5. Revise curriculum based on results as warranted.

 

II, 1

 

 

 

3. Develop marketing materials for each curriculum guide, using existing templates obtained from Public Relations.

Develop-ment of curriculum guides and mailing brochures for each curriculum guide by April 2004.

Adequate

1. Develop advising checklists for each area.

2. Work with Public Relations to develop guides that will adhere to new marketing initiatives.

3. Guides and mailing brochures to be completed by April 2004.

 


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