CREDIT STUDENTS earn credits toward an AA degree, certificate, or for transfer to a university.
NONCREDIT STUDENTS take classes to increase literacy, access higher education and employment, and strengthen self-sufficiency.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS are credit students from foreign countries who have obtained F-1 visas to study in the United States.
There are two options available to departments for recording outcomes assessment data:.
Assign tasks to fellow faculty members
Program SLO - Use course outcome as program outcome (Capstone Course)
Means of Assessment
Summary of Data & Use of Results
Emily Woolery (909) 274-4264
Annel Medina x5505Educational Research Assessment Analyst
Why do we assess? What do we assess? What is an SLO? How to write an SLO How to write an AUO Assessment guide Assessment tools How to record data SLO Guide Book
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