Enhancing Student Learning: Creating a Community of Learners through Active Learning and Student Engagement
Focus on Project Management
Funding for new QEP Projects ended with the 2008-2009 funding cycle. Current QEP efforts focus on sustaining faculty development activities sponsored by the Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, ongoing assessment of the impact of the QEP, and drafting the 5 year impact report.
The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) describes a course of action for institutional improvement critical to enhancement of educational quality and is directly related to student learning. As defined by SACS/COC, student learning encompasses "changes in students' knowledge, skills, behaviors, and/or values that may be attributable to the collegiate experience." The goals and evaluation strategies identified in the QEP must be "clearly linked to improving the quality of student learning."
PowerPoint presentation and handouts from the
Workshop on Assessing Students and Institutional Performance
presented October 2008
Dr. George Kuh, Chancellor's Professor of Higher Education and
Director, Center for Postsecondary Research at Indiana University and
founder of the the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
PowerPoint presentations and handouts from the
Workshop on Assessing Project Management and the QEP
presented Spring 2007
Assessment of the Quality Enhancement Plan
presented Fall 2007
Dr. Peggy K. Maki, Higher Education Consultant
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