Assessment and Evaluation

The Office for Institutional Effectiveness is committed to supporting the continuous improvement and high-quality academic programs through its assessment and evaluation services.  If you are contemplating incorporating assessment and evaluation for your department or course’s next review cycle, please note that resources are available in the Office for Institutional Effectiveness to assist with your efforts.  OFIE staff members have experience working in a wide range of fields, such as STEM, TRIO, Health Sciences, Arts & Sciences, Humanities, just to name a few.

Perkins data from 2008 – 2010 is available for download 

Evaluation of Evaluation Processes:  a report

Assessment Site for Kapiolani Community College (2009 – 2010)

 

Student Learning Outcomes

Visit this section of the site to view the full document of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges Western Association of Schools and Colleges Midterm Report for Kapiolani Community College.

 

Program Review

Contains documents and links to individual program reviews (requires UH username and log in credentials).  This section also includes the University of Hawaii Community Colleges official policies and procedures concerning annual and multi-year program reviews.

Student Learning Outcomes are included in this section.

 

Resources for Evaluation

Contains a list of evaluation resources available in print at the Office for Institutional Effectiveness (Ilima 203).

How We Use the CSI to Help With Learning Math Skills:  A Coordinator’s Observation Incorporating Knowledge and Self-Awareness by Sheldon Tawata, M.S.

 

Please feel free to contact the Office for Institutional Effectiveness to learn more about the ways that we may assist with your efforts to achieve or continue assessment and evaluation for your academic programs.  We stand ready to help you in any way possible.

Leadership:

Dr. Jeffery Arbuckle, Institutional Analyst

Jeffrey Yamashiro, Institutional Analyst

Jia Qiong, Institutional Analyst

 

Project Support:

Nicole Ito, Research Assistant