On November 10, 2015 the College Planning Committee recommended that the Learning Outcomes Dialog Subcommittee be discontinued. The following recommendation was approved by the Participatory Governance Committee and President Bush in April of 2016 and the CPC formally updated its charge to reflect the change.
November 10, 2015
To Constituency Leaders:
The College Planning Committee (CPC) recommends that its Learning Outcomes Dialog Subcommittee (LODS) be discontinued and that there be minor changes to the CPC’s charge. The system by which the college reports on its program, course, and activity assessments is in place, and programs and the college have established schedules to support the ongoing and systematic assessment of outcomes. Tracking and supporting the implementation of these schedules is an administrative, not participatory governance, responsibility. Furthermore, summaries of current outcomes dialogs are accessible online to the broader college community. The Program Overview and Forecast (PrOF) captures and responds to planning implications of outcomes assessment and provides an additional opportunity for dialog, analysis and implementation of assessment results. Furthermore:
An analysis of the LODS and CPC charges indicates the following minor changes need to be made to the description of the CPC in order to formalize the aforementioned responsibilities:
Areas of Responsibility
These changes are reflected on the attached modified charge.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or would like more information related to this recommendation.
Kim Codella, Chair of the College Planning Committee