NILOA have recognized Faculty of Engineering as experts in the field of outcomes assessments and have published our work in their April 2016 newsletter and links on their website for “Assessment in Practice”
NILOA assists institutions and others in discovering and adopting promising practices in the assessment of college student learning outcomes. Documenting what students learn, know and can do is of growing interest to colleges and universities, accrediting groups, higher education associations, foundations and others beyond campus, including students, their families, employers, and policy makers.
The term 362 reviews for CE, EE and ME were completed this month with great work and support by all concerned faculty members.
Additionally ENGR, PHYS and MATH courses were covered in separate reviews.
The reviews for the various programs are based on the ABET Student Outcomes values are calculated through various performance indicators PIs measured in various course assessments.
The reviews involve reporting weaknesses and creating action items to correct these weaknesses.
The Action Items are immediately assigned electronically to the concerned committees.
Civil Engineering program became the first to utilize EvalTools 6 Continuous Improvement Management System (CIMS) for reporting their CE committee review meeting minutes.
The CIMS system features task creation, elevation, transfer and interface with all committees across the Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Quality Management department receives acknowledgement of fulfillment of syllabus design and course to program/student outcomes matrix mapping criteria from Deanship of Quality and Academic Accreditation for IU NCAAA institutional accreditation efforts
Faculty of Engineering students on an industrial tour participating in a presentation