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Using Institutional Effectiveness to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting Department of Institutional Research and Effectiveness St. Petersburg College P.O. Box 13489 St. Petersburg, FL 33733 (727) 341-3059 FAX (727) 341-5411
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 2 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement Presenters Carol Weideman, Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness With SPC for the last eight years. Previously served as the Program Director for Mathematics and Natural Science at the Clearwater campus. Also teaches an online statistics course. Jesse Coraggio, Assessment Coordinator for Academic Programs Joined SPC during the past year. Currently completing his doctorate in Educational Measurement and Research from the University of South Florida. Research interests include instrument development, psychometrics, setting performance standards, and various item response theory applications.
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 3 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement SPC Background SPC, established in 1927, is the oldest 2-year college in Florida First Community College in Florida to offer 4 year degrees (2002) 9 Campuses throughout the county 2006-07 FTE: 15,402 (LD), 1,185 (UD) Opening Fall 2007 headcount: 26,165 Annual 2006-07 enrollment: 61,930
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 4 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement Issues with IE SACS’s Peer Review Research Project revealed that in the area of Institutional Effectiveness (IE) 62% of institutions in off-site reviews were deemed non-compliant and 27% of institutions in on-site visits were deemed non-compliant IE was the second most identified area behind faculty qualifications
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 5 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement SPC Experience with IE As part of the recent SACS reaccreditation process, SPC spent a considerable amount of time and effort documenting and detailing their IE processes The result…SPC had “zero” compliance issues in the area of IE during the off-site reviews
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 6 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement SACS Requirements for IE Core Requirement 2.5 : Integrated Planning & Evaluation Processes “…ongoing, integrated, and institution-wide research-based planning and evaluation processes…” Comprehensive Standard 3.3.1 : Institutional Effectiveness “…identifies expected outcomes…; assesses whether it achieves these outcomes; and provides evidence of improvement… Comprehensive Standard 3.5.1 : General Education Core “… identifies college-level competencies within the general education core and provides evidence that graduates have attained those competencies.”
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December 10, 2007 2007 SACS-COC Annual Meeting 7 Using IE to Build a Culture of Performance Improvement SACS Requirements for IE Additional IE related requirements include: Comprehensive Standard 3.1.1: Institutional Mission Federal Requirement 4.1: Evaluating Success Federal Requirement 4.2: Curriculum
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