Outcomes Assessment Committee (OAC)
The Outcomes Assessment Committee (OAC) is a standing committee composed of faculty members and led by the Outcomes and Assessment Department. This committee supports departments and faculty in several ways.
Comprehensive Program Review: The Chair provides guidance on the development of the program review timeline, self-study, and presentation. Members of OAC are responsible for providing peer feedback to departments on their program reviews and conduct exit interviews on the program review process as part of the continuous improvement of the process itself.
Annual Learning Improvement Plan: Committee members work in teams to provide a holistic review of the annual learning improvement plan, program learning outcome reports, advisory board notes, and strategic goals. This cross-discipline analysis is intended to offer intentional peer feedback, in a commitment to assessment and rooted in betterment. OAC members welcome the opportunity to join department meetings to help present findings.
Course Outcome Report: The course outcome report guides faculty reflection on the teaching, learning, and assessment strategies used in their classes. The report is designed to take faculty through a systematic examination of the connection between a course outcome, teaching and learning strategies, and assessments. Members of OAC review each report and offer peer feedback with the intent to support, share insights, inquire further and learn from one another.
Members and their departments:
|Terrie Sandlin, OAC chair||Outcomes and Assessment|
|Tiffany Clarkin||Massage Therapy|
|Kelly Johnson||Outcomes and Assessment|
|Julie Toledo||Allied Health Occupations|
|Michelle Welch||Teaching and Learning Center|
|Kristen Morales||RCC Student|
If you would like to join OAC, please contact Terrie Sandlin 541-956-7283 or email [email protected].