Curriculum Maps and Assessment Plans - Academic Affairs
About: Student Learning Assessment Committee
Committee Charge from Dr. Francis Battisti, Vice-President for Academic Affairs:
The Student Learning Assessment Committee is charged with maintaining and reviewing a structure for the assessment of student learning outcomes. The structure encompasses all courses, academic programs, co-curricular programs, general education requirements, and other specific educational experiences offered under the auspices of Broome Community College, irrespective of delivery model, and should incorporate effective mechanisms for responsive improvement. Informed by the guidelines established by the State University of New York, by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education Team Report and the Commission's action, by the College Self Study recommendations and by our Strategic Directions (2010-15), the Committee continues to act on its ongoing charge.
This campus-wide, sustainable structure provides for appropriate assessment, review by stakeholders and mechanisms by which decision-making is to be informed and communicated at the program/department, division and institutional levels.
Andrew Haggerty: email@example.com
Steve Call, LA
Melissa Glenn, STEM
Darin Schmidt, BPS
Denise Abrams, HS
Loreta Paniccia, LAS
Jason Smith, Gen Ed Rep.
Kelli Ligeikis, Dean, STEM (Joel Miller, Spring '14 rep.)
Michael Kinney, Dean, LA (Andrew Haggerty, rep.)
Jeff Jurik, CAO rep.
Jason Zbock, IEO
VP SCE rep. Larry Truillo
Francis Battisti, CAO, ex officio
RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT
VIDEOS OF ASSESSMENT SEMINARS
Click on title below to view a film of the presentation from January 14, 2011 by Dr. Virginia Anderson of Towson University in Maryland. You need iTunes on your computer to view the movie. (You will need the free iTunes application from http://www.apple.com/itunes/ - to view the presentations)
Click on the workshop title below to view a film of the presentation from January 17, 2012 by Barbara E. Walvoord,Ph.D., Professor Emerita, University of Notre Dame. You need iTunes on your computer to view the movie
Click on the titles below to view narrated PowerPoint presentations by Mary Woestman on the role of faculty and student support professionals in student learning assessment and issues of reliability and validity in assessment (You will need the free iTunes application from http://www.apple.com/itunes/ - to view the presentations)