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MJC completed an initial 4-year cycle of Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) assessment at the end of Fall 2012. The cycle culminated in the first annual college-wide MJC Outcomes Assessment Day, during which all course learning outcomes (CLOs) were mapped to program and general education learning outcomes (PLOs and GELOs). At this time, our GELOs also fun ctioned as our institutional learning outcomes (ILOs). In Fall 2013, in order to improve our assessment process, the college approved new ILOs.
In Spring 2013, a new 5-year assessment cycle was initiated, and adjustments were made to standardize quantitative course learning outcomes (CLO) data in order to inform Program, General Education, and Institutional Learning Outcomes. Spring 2013 marked the beginning of a 5-year cycle of assessment, in which all CLOs, PLOs, GELOs, and ILOs would be assessed twice.
Several disciplines participated in a Pilot PLO and GELO program in Spring 2013; these pilots paved the way for our Fall 2013 PLO/GELO/ILO assessment efforts that will: 1) draw on our standardized CLO data from Spring 2013; and 2) continue to inform Program Review, Curriculum Updating and Resource Allocation.
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