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  • Campus Assessment Coordinators | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators CAC Responsibilities Promoting assessment on campus Promoting active involvement in assessment activities by campus administrators instructors professional staff and students Promoting and assisting in the integration of assessment of student learning across the campus and the institution Disseminating information about assessment to campus colleagues Coordinating assessment on the campus Overseeing and monitoring assessment activities on the campus Encouraging instructors and professional staff to use the results from assessment activities to improve curricular and co curricular activities and programs Convening division specific and campus wide meetings on assessment at least once a semester during the academic year Planning assessment professional development opportunities e g guest speakers workshops reading circles etc Communicating with both the campus and the Office of Academic Affairs regarding assessment Keeping the Senate Assessment Committee informed of campus assessment activities issues and or concerns via a yearly

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  • Department Assessment Coordinators | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Department Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinator Responsibilities Promoting assessment within the department Promoting active involvement in assessment activities by departmental colleagues Promoting and assisting in the integration of assessment of student learning within the department and the institution Disseminating information about assessment to department colleagues Coordinating assessment within the department Working with a department assessment committee to oversee and monitor assessment activities within the department Encouraging instructors to use the results from assessment activities to improve pedagogy and curricular programs Convening a department assessment committee when needed and facilitating assessment related specific dialogue at department meetings Planning assessment professional development opportunities e g guest speakers workshops reading circles and the like Communicating with both the department and the Office of Academic Affairs regarding assessment Keeping the Senate Assessment Committee informed of department assessment activities issues and or concerns via a yearly department plan and report Disseminating information from the UW Colleges Office of Academic Affairs and Senate Assessment Committee relating to assessment e g assessment data department reports professional development opportunities Town Hall meetings assessment conferences etc to the department Participating in meetings with other Department Assessment Coordinators and the Senate Assessment Committee 2015 2016 Department Assessment Coordinator Roster Department Name Campus Anthropology and Sociology Greg Peter UW Fox Valley Art Diana Budde UW Marathon County Biology Paul Whitaker UW Marathon County Business and Economics Jill Halverson UW Fox Valley Chemistry Kristin Plessel UW Rock Communication and Theatre Arts Steven Decker UW Waukesha Communication Theatre Arts Rebecca Stone Thornberry UW Marinette CSEPA Mark Holdhusen UW Marathon County English Jill Stukenberg UW Marathon County English Quentin Vierrege UW Barron County Geography and Geology Will Sharkey UW Sheboygan Geography and Geology Keith West UW Marinette Health and Exercise Science Jared Dalberg UW Manitowoc History Chris Stone UW Manitowoc Mathematics Carrie Tirel UW Fox Valley Mathematics Amanuel Teweldemedhin UW Waukesha Music Jeff Suarez UW Rock County Philosophy Doug Hosler UW Marathon Political Science George Waller UW Fox Valley Psychology Education Jill Rinzel UW Waukesha Psychology Education Julianna Alitto UW Waukesha World Languages Tim Holian UW Rock County and NODE Women s Studies Jennifer Van Slooten UW Manitowoc Assessment Timeline 2015 2016 Date Task Activity 15 July DACs submit drafts of final reports for 2014 2015 assessment cycle 15 August 2015 SAC DACs Meeting SAC replies to DACs regarding draft reports 15 September DACs complete and submit

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  • Institution-Wide Reports and Assessments | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Institution Wide Reports and Assessments Each year the Office of Academic Affairs and the Senate Assessment Committee produce the Institutional Assessment Report This report summarizes the results of assessment conducted at three levels

    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/employees/assessment/institution-wide-reports-and-assessments (2016-02-16)
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  • Proficiencies and Rubrics | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics The UW Colleges commits to developing in students a set of proficiencies that prepares them for baccalaureate and professional programs for lifelong learning and for leadership service and responsible citizenship To provide students with the skills for success in these roles the UW

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  • Indicators | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Proficiencies Performance Indicators Students should be able to demonstrate the following Analytical skills Performance Indicators Students should be able to Interpret and synthesize information and ideas Analyze and evaluate arguments Construct an argument in support of a

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  • Analytical Skills | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Analytical Skills Assessment Rubrics A1 Interpret and synthesize information and ideas Exceeds Expectations Synthesizes information and ideas i e evidence statements graphics and questions very well Interprets the information and ideas accurately Meets Expectations Synthesizes information and ideas i e evidence statements graphics and questions adequately Interprets most of the information and ideas accurately Fails to Meet Expectations Fails to synthesize information and ideas i e evidence statements graphics and questions Fails to interpret information and ideas accurately A2 Analyze and evaluate arguments Exceeds Expectations Analyzes and evaluates alternative points of view Draws conclusions and examines implications Can provide evidence and or explain fallacies and inconsistencies Refutes bias if present Meets Expectations Identifies or offers alternative points of view where possible Draws conclusions Accurately recognizes identifies fallacies and inconsistencies Detects bias if present Fails to Meet Expectations Does not recognize alternative points of view Fails to draw conclusions Fails to recognize identify fallacies and inconsistencies Fails to note bias if present A3 Construct an argument in support of a thesis hypothesis or conclusion Exceeds Expectations The thesis hypothesis or conclusion is clearly stated Everything within the argument is directed toward supporting the thesis hypothesis or conclusion Argument utilizes a reasonable degree of evidence appropriate to the thesis hypothesis or conclusion Argument expresses a thorough understanding of the complexities of an issue Argument anticipates and then effectively responds to likely counterarguments Meets Expectations The thesis hypothesis or conclusion of the argument is reasonably clear although there may be some ambiguity about the precise nature of the thesis hypothesis or conclusion Most of the argument supports the thesis hypothesis or conclusion but there is some extraneous material Argument is supported with some evidence appropriate to the thesis hypothesis or conclusion Argument acknowledges some complexities connected with an issue Argument acknowledges some potential counterarguments then offers at least some indication of potential responses Fails to Meet Expectations The thesis hypothesis or conclusion of the argument shifts and changes as the argument progresses A significant portion of the argument offers no real support for the thesis hypothesis or conclusion The argument relies heavily on emotional appeals as opposed to evidence and reasoning The argument oversimplifies a complex issue presenting everything in black and white terms The argument ignores obvious counterarguments A4 Select and apply methodologies appropriate to a discipline Exceeds Expectations Selection of Methodologies The student convincingly justifies the use of multiple methodologies and selects and appropriate methodology for solving problems Application of Methodologies The selected method is correctly applied and documented if applicable with at most insignificant errors Meets Expectations

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  • Quantitative Skills | University of Wisconsin Colleges
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  • Communication Skills | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Contact Us Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier 920 459 6647 valerie pilmaier uwc edu Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Communication Skills Assessment Rubrics C1 Read observe and listen with comprehension and critical perception Exceeds Expectations Understands fully the concepts presented Expands on or evaluates themes and arguments and connects them to existing knowledge Consistently analyzes and evaluates the credibility of sources Meets Expectations Understands basic meaning of the concepts presented Follows themes and arguments and connects them to existing knowledge Generally analyzes and evaluates the credibility of sources Does Not Meet Expectations Misunderstands basic meaning of the concepts presented Fails to follow basic themes or arguments and is not able to connect them to existing knowledge Fails to recognize the credibility of sources C2 Communicate clearly precisely and in a well organized manner Exceeds Expectations Shows evidence of a clear assertive insightful thesis controlling idea main point or argument Demonstrates creative and or effective command of discipline appropriate structure Each section develops a main idea carefully makes thorough use of appropriate examples and evidence and has a logical relationship to other paragraphs and sub points Shows special attention to audience needs in providing background information such as using advanced command of discipline s conventions Consistently employs effective transitions between ideas Consistently follows standards for academic communications shows creativity in application of these standards Meets Expectations Shows evidence of a basic thesis controlling idea main point or argument Uses structure appropriate to the discipline Each section develops a main idea offers examples and evidence and suggests some relationship to other paragraphs and sub points Includes necessary background information for intended audience Generally employs some form of transition between ideas Generally follows standards for academic communications Does Not Meet Expectations Has no clear thesis controlling idea main point or argument Fails to use structure appropriate to the discipline Each section is unrelated to other paragraphs or sub points and offer inadequate or inappropriate examples and evidence Does not consider intended audience for the communication Fails to employ transition between ideas Fails to use or violates standards for academic communications C3 Demonstrate a large and varied vocabulary Exceeds Expectations Consistently addresses audience appropriately given purpose of writing or speaking Consistently identifies the correct meaning of words within the context Consistently uses a rich and varied vocabulary to convey ideas Consistently uses correct appropriate word choice and discipline specific terminology Meets Expectations Addresses audience given purpose of writing or

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