- PCC Arts & Letters Integrative Learning Rubric, version 2.0
- PCC Science, Computer Science & Math Rubric for Quantitative Reasoning, version 2.5
- PCC Social Science Rubric for Social Analysis and Inquiry, version 2.5
- PCC Cultural Literacy Rubric, version 2.0 (view only--undergoing reconstruction in 2020-2021)
*The outcomes of all certificates one-year in length or longer, and all degrees, are to be assessed with some regularity. The exception is a department that has no full-year certificates or degrees; in that case, they need to assess the outcomes of their less-than-one-year certificate(s).
Printable Checklist with Due Dates
November 30, 2020?, submit to email@example.com:
- TSA results with student G numbers
2020-2021 LDC-DE Expectations
- Completed LAC Assessment or Reassessment template (second half of the template submitted in the fall) describing the process and results of this year's assessment. If any changes were made to your project, please correct the planning portion of the document before submitting. This may include changes in process and/or completing information that wasn't decided on or available when the planning section of the report was due.
Summer Peer Review
At the end of each academic year, all completed assessment reports are reviewed by expert faculty peer reviewers, many of which are current members of the Learning Assessment Council. Over the summer the peer reviewers look at the plans, reports, summary data (where appropriate), and other documents submitted by their assigned SACs and critique them using a standard rubric. When the feedback forms have been completed, they are saved as PDFs and made available in September to the respective SACs. This feedback is available to SAC members in a different section of PCC's Spaces. Questions about peer review feedback? Contact Delpha Thomas, LAC Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAC Learning Outcome Assessment Class for PCC Faculty Teaching Credit Courses
Meets most Fridays, starting Week 2 of fall term, 11:00 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. Registration is first-come, first-served. Course and registration details: TBA. Class details TBD.
This class is ideal for faculty involved in program/discipline assessment through their SAC or for those who want to explore the heart of the biggest mystery in higher ed today. It is intended for PCC full-time and adjunct faculty members who teach credit courses.