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					                                                 CLOSING THE ASSESSMENT LOOP
  INSTRUCTIONS
1 All full-time faculty members teaching a given course should be involved in the completion of this document with one individual responsible for
  submitting the Course Assessment Spreadsheet and the Actions Taken document to thechair/assistant dean/or dean as directed by your division
  dean. The document should also be submitted to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (IE@otc.edu)
2 Course assessment data and the Course Assessment Actions Taken report need to be available upon request by other full-time faculty,
  department/program chairs, assistant deans, and/or division deans. The assessment results and the actions taken should be utilized by faculty to
  justify budgetary needs on the Five-Year Program Review and the Annual Budget Action Plan which is submitted with your budget request each year.
3 Based on the semester course assessment results, complete the following table by completing the following (add rows if necessary)
                        a.  The course objective/s in which the level of student learning was questionable.
                        b.  What action/s will be proposed to improve student learning and/or modify the assessment tool or plan.
                        c.   Month/Year in which the action/s will be implemented.
                        d.  If and what additional resources are needed.
                        e.  Budget amount requested if appropriate.
                        f.  Priority of proposed action.

                                     OZARKS TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                    COURSE ASSESSMENT ACTIONS TAKEN REPORT
                         SEMESTER: Fall 2009
         COURSE NAME AND NUMBER: ASN 220 2nd 8 week block
        RESPONDSIBLE PERSON/GROUP: Taylor/Ruddick
  Course Objective/ in which the level of student Action proposed to improve student learning       Target date for           Additional resources   Budget      High/low
  learning was questionable.                      and/or modify the assessment tool or plan.        implementation of action. needed (time, money,   amount      priority
                                                                                                    (month/year)              personnel)             requested
  Objective 2                                    Since 100% of the students mastered this                                     N/A
                                                 objective, the level of expectation and critical
                                                 thinking will be increased on the requirements
                                                 for the plan of care assignment that the student
                                                 will be expected to complete to ASN 230. This is     January-March 2010                                N/A      High priority
                                                 in alignment with the expectations for the ASN
                                                 curriculum to progress in level of knowledge
                                                 and difficulty.
Objective 4   Since 100% of the students mastered this                                  N/A
              objective, the level of expectation and critical
              thinking will be increased on the level pf patient
              acuity that the student will be expected to
              participate in for ASN 230. This is in alignment     January-March 2010         N/A   High priority
              with the expectations for the ASN curriculum to
              progress in level of knowledge and difficulty.



Objective 5   Since 100% of the students mastered this                                  N/A
              objective, the level of expectation and will be
              increased on the requirements for the
              researchpaper to enhance the students critical
              thinking skills for ASN 230. This is in alignment    January-March 2010         N/A   High Priority
              with the expectations for the ASN curriculum to
              progress in level of knowledge and difficulty.
                                     ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION ASSESSMENT


College Mission
     The mission of Ozarks Technical Communite College is to promote student learning through accessible, high quality, affordable
     workforce training and technical and general education that is responsive to the educational needs of the community and its diverse
     constituencies.




Annual Focus
     2008-2009 Customer Service




Strategic Initiatives
 1
     Quality: The quality of the faculty, staff, administration and facilities will be enhanced in order
     to promote continuous responsiveness to the expanding learning needs of the community.
 2   Effectiveness: The effectiveness of all programs and services will be continuously assessed to
     ensure integrity and quality are maintained and improved.
 3   Community Collaboration: Meaningful relationships within the College’s service areas will be
     formed, allowing OTC to develop new programs that reflect the educational needs of the
     community stakeholders.
 4
     Retention and Graduation Rates: The College will encourage faculty, staff and administration
     to continually strive to improve the rate of student retention and graduation.
 5   Graduate Performance: The College will promote high academic standards that will serve to
     enhance the success of graduates at the workplace and in transfer institutions.
 6   Innovation: The College will provide innovative teaching strategies that promote continued
     learning opportunities for students.
 7   Affordability: The College will provide affordable learning opportunities to all community
     members.
 8   Learning Centered: The College will promote a learning-centered environment that focuses on
     students’ needs and reduces barriers to student success.
Institutional Outcomes
 1   Communication: Students will demonstrate effective communication skills, including listening,
     speaking, and writing in order to advance academically and professionally.
 2   Employability: Students will develop career competencies and self-management skills needed
     to gain employment in their chosen professions.
 3   Professionalism: Students will develop personal and professional relationships by
     demonstrating ethical behavior, collaborative work, and constructive conflict resolution to
     promote success and advancement in their careers.
 4
     Critical Reasoning: Students will demonstrate the ability to contribute actively and successfully
     to their community through the processes of analyzing, reflecting, reasoning, and forming
     conclusions and judgments on a variety of ideas, issues, and information.
 5   Information Management: Students will demonstrate how to create, retrieve, organize, and
     analyze information, including information from digital and technological sources.
 6   Culture and Global Awareness: Students will demonstrate the ability to recognize and respect
     the impact of differing cultures, ethnic groups, and values on society and the interdependence
     of people around the globe.




Accreditation Standards/Competencies

     Standard 1 - Mission and Administrative Capacity
     The nursing education unit's mission reflects the governing organization's core values and is
     congruent with its strategic goals and objectives. The governing organization and program
     have administrative capacity resulting in effective delivery of the nursing program and
     achievement of identified outcomes.
        1.1 The mission/philosophy and outcomes of the nursing education unit are congruent with those of the governing organization.
        1.2 The governing organization and nursing education unit ensure representation of students, faculty,
            and administrators in ongoing governance activities.
        1.3 Communities of interest have input into program processes ands decision making.
        1.4 Partnerships exist that promote excellence in nursing education, enhance the profession, and benefit the community.
        1.5 The nursing education unit is administered by a nurse who holds a graduate degree with a major in nursing.
        1.6 The nurse administrator has authority and responsibility for the development and administration of the program and has
           adequate time and resources to fulfill the role responsibilities.
        1.7 With faculty input, the nurse administrator has the authority to prepare and administer the program budget and advocates
            for equity within the unit and among other units of the governing organization.
        1.8 Policies of the nursing education unit are comprehensive, provide for the welfare of faculty and staff, and are consistent with
            those of the governing organization; differences are justified by the goals & outcomes of the nursing education unit.
        1.9 Records reflect that program complaints and grievances receive due process and include evidence of resolution.
    For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable:
    1.10 Distance education, as defined by the nursing education unit, is congruent with the mission of the governing organization
         and the mission/philosophy of the nursing education unit.
Standard 2 - Faculty and Staff
Qualified faculty and staff provide leadership and support necessary to attain the goals and outcomes of the nursing education unit.
   2.1 Full-time faculty are credentialed with a minimum of a master's degree with a major in nursing and maintain expertise in
        their areas of responsibility.
        2.1.1 The majority of part-time faculty are credentialed with a minimum of a master's degree with a major in nursing; the
               remaining part-time faculty hold a minimum of a baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing.
        2.1.2 Rationale is provided for utilization of faculty who do not meet the minimum credential.
    2.2 Faculty (full and part-time) credentials meet governing organization and state requirements.
    2.3 Credentials of practice laboratory personnel are commensurate with their level of responsibilities.
    2.4 The number and utilization of faculty (full & part-time) ensure that program outcomes are achieved.
    2.5 Faculty (full & part-time) performance reflects scholarship and evidence-based teaching and clinical practices.
    2.6 The number, utilization, and credentials of non-nurse faculty & staff are sufficient to achieve the program goals & outcomes.
    2.7 Faculty (full & part-time) are oriented and mentored in their areas of responsiblities.
    2.8 Systematic assessment of faculty (full & part-time) performance demonstrates competencies that are consistent with
        program goals and outcomes.
    2.9 Non-nurse faculty & staff performance is regularly reviewed in accordance with the policies of the governing organization.
    For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable:
    2.10 Faculty (full & part-time) engage in ongoing development and receive support in distance education modalities including
         instructional methods and evaluation.
Standard 3 - Students
Student policies, development, and services support the goals and outcomes of the nursing education unit.
   3.1 Student policies of the nursing education unit are congruent with those of the governing organization, publicly accessible,
       non-discriminatory, and consistently applied; differences are justified by the goals & outcomes of the nursing education unit.
   3.2 Student services are commensurate with the needs of students pursuing or completing the associate program, including
       those receiving instruction using alternative methods of delivery.
   3.3 Student educational and financial records are in compliance with the policies of the
       governing organization and state and federal guidelines.
   3.4 Compliance with the Higher Education Reauthorization Act Title IV eligibility and certification requirements is maintained.
        3.4.1 A written, comprehensive student loan repayment program addressing student loan information, counseling,
               monitoring, and cooperation with lenders is available.
        3.4.2 Students are informed of their ethical responsibilities regarding financial assistance.
  3.5 Integrity and consistency exist for all informaiton intended to inform the public, including the program's accreditation status
       and NLNAC contact information.
  3.6 Changes in policies, procedures, and program information are clearly and consistently communicated to students in a timely
       manner.
  3.7 Orientation to technology is provided and technological support is available to students, including those receiving instruction
       using alternative methods of delivery.
  For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable:
  3.8 Information related to technology requirements and policies specific to distance education is clear, accurate, consistent, and
       accessible.
Standard 4 - Curriculum
The curriculum prepares students to achieve the outcomes of the nursing education unit, including safe practice in contemporary
health care environments.
   4.1 The curriculum incorporates established professional standards, guidelines, and competencies, and has clearly articulated
       student learning and program outcomes.
   4.2 The curriculum is developed by the faculty and regularly reviewed for rigor and currency.
   4.3 The student learning outcomes are used to organize the curriculum, guide the delivery of instruction, direct learning
       activities, and evaluate student progress.
   4.4 The curriculum includes cultural, ethnic,and socially diverse concepts and may also include experiences from regional,
       national, or global perspectives.
   4.5 Evaluation methodologies are varied, reflect established professional and practice competencies, and measure the
       achievement of student learning and program outcomes.
   4.6 The curriculum and instructional processes reflect educational theory, interdisciplinary collaboration, research, and best
       practice standards while allowing for innovation, flexibility, and technological advances.
   4.7 Program length is congruent with the attainment of identified outcomes and consistent with the policies of the governing
       organization, state and national standards, and best practices.
   4.8 Practice learning environments are appropriate for student learning and support the achievement of student learning and
       program outcomes; current written agreements specify expectations for all parties and ensure the protection of students.
         4.8.1 Student clinical experiences reflect current best practices and nationally established patient health & safety goals.
   For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable :
   4.9 Learning activities, instructional materials, and evaluation methods are appropriate for the delivery format and consistent
       with student learning outcomes.
Standard 5 - Resources
Fiscal, physical, and learning resources promote the achievement of the goals and outcomes of the nursing education unit.
   5.1 Fiscal resources are sufficient to ensure the achievement of the nursing education unit outcomes and commensurate with
       the resources of the governing organization.
   5.2 Physical resources (classrooms, laboratories, offices, etc.) are sufficient to ensure the achievement of the nursing
       education unit outcomes and meet the needs of faculty, staff, and students.
   5.3 Learning resources and technology are selected by the faculty and are comprehensive, current, and accessible to faculty
       and students, including those engaged in alternative methods of delivery.
   For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable:
   5.4 Fiscal, physical, technological, and learning resources are sufficient to meet the needs of faculty and students and ensure
       that students achieve learning outcomes.
Standard 6 - Outcomes
Evaluation of student learning demonstrates that graduates have achieved identified competencies consistent with the institutional
mission and professional standards and that the outcomes of the nursing education unit have been achieved.
   6.1 The systematic plan for evaluation emphasizes the ongoing assessment and evaluation of the student learning and program
       outcomes of the nursing education unit and NLNAC standards.
   6.2 Aggregated evaluation findings inform program decision-making and are used to maintain or improve student learning
       outcomes.
   6.3 Evaluation findings are shared with communities of interest.
   6.4 Graduates demonstrate achievement of competencies appropriate to role preparation.
   6.5 The program demonstrates evidence of achievement in meeting the following program outcomes:
          - Performance on licensure exam
          - Program completion
          - Program satisfaction
          - Job placement
       6.5.1 The licensure exam pass rates will be at or above the national mean.
       6.5.2 Expected levels of achievement for program completion are determined by the faculty and reflect program
             demographics, academic progression, and program history.
       6.5.3 Program satisfaction measures (qualitative and quantitative) address graduates and their employers.
       6.5.4 Job placement rates are addressed through quantified measures that reflect program demographics and history.
For nursing education units engaged in distance education, the additional criterion is applicable:
6.6 The systematic plan for evaluation encompasses students enrolled in distance education and includes evidence that
    student learning and program outcomes are comparable for all students.
                                         ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION
Allied Health Division Outcomes
 1 Communication Skills: Demonstrate concise and accurate communication in written and oral forms with patients/clients,
   practitioners, and interdisciplinary team members.
 2 Data Gathering Skills: Collect, maintain, and analyze health data according to professional standards and legal
   requirements.
 3
   Technical Skills: Demonstrate competency in entry-level skills related to a specific health care occupation.
 4 Professionalism: Adhere to ethical and legal standards for healthcare professions.
 5 Clinical Reasoning: Utilize evidence-based practices or best practice guidelines to make reasoned decisions in a specific
   health care occupation.
 6 Employability: Prepare students to be eligible for employment in their field of study.

Program Mission Statement
Prepare students for a career in professional nursing and provide an educational base for further academic study. The
purpose of the program is to graduate a a beginning practitioner who can deliver direct nursing care and contribute health care
services for the people of Southwest Missouri.




Program Goals
 1 Provide safe, caring and holistic nursing interventions to assist the individual to maximize self-care abilities appropriate for their
   personal growth and development.
 2 Assess and analyze health status and health potential for planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care with individuals,
   families and communities in a variety of settings.
 3 Incorporate knowledge from the sciences, technology and humanities, into providing nursing care to promote health for the client
   along the wellness-illness continuum.
 4 Communicate and collaborate effectively with individuals, families and other members of the health care team.

 5 Engage in the practice of professional nursing within the legal, ethical and regulatory frameworks.

 6 Demonstate critical thinking in clinical decision making through the use of the nursing process and research from nursing and related
    disciplines.
 7 Utilize the nursing process to assist the client to maximize self-care activities of health
     promotion, protection and disease prevention.
 8 Utilize principles of management and leadership in diverse settings.

 9 Assume responsibility for lifelong learning, personal and professional growth.


                                                                                                 Program      Division   Institutional    Strategic    Accreditation
Course Objectives                                                                                 Goals      Outcomes     Outcomes       Initiatives    Standards
 1 Analyze complex health alterations in the medical surgical client in order to         1,2,3,6,7    2,3,4,5    1,2,3,4,5                    6
   individualize care for the adult client and support system.
 2 Categorize the complex problems of the adult client, formulate a plan of care,        1,2,3,6,7, 1,2,3,4,5,6 1,2,3,4,5
   prioritize interventions and evaluate client response to the plan of care reaching        8
   conclusions as to the success of the interventions.
 3 Differentiate that each client is an individual and has varying needs and anticipates 1,2,3,4,6, 1,2,3,4,5,6 1,2,3,4,5,6
   those needs and either provides for those needs or is able to identify other            7,8,9
   members of the health care team and community resources available to provide for
   the identified needs.
 4 Participate in the care of clients in the medical surgical setting and synthesize             1,2,3,4,5, 1,2,3,4,5,6 1,2,3,4,5,6       2,3,4,5
   therapeutic communication techniques, appropriate age, social, cultural and                    6,7,8,9
   developmental levels into the plan of care.
 5 Discriminates theory guided evidenced-based practice to justify the safe, effective,          1,3,5,6,9    2,3,4,6      3,4,5,6          1,8
   quality care of the adult client and support system.
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                  OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES FOR ALL SECTIONS COMBINED
Department:            ASN Program                         Course Number:                 ASN 220
  Semester:   FA 09    Course Name:   Advanced Nursing Through Lifespan II   # of Sections Assessed 1 section


                          Course Summary for all Sections: Objectives 1-9
   Obj 1       Obj 2       Obj 3         Obj 4        Obj 5       Obj 6       Obj 7        Obj 8         Obj 9
  86.2%       100.0%      86.2%         100.0%       100.0%      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!




                 OUTCOMES FOR ALL OBJECTIVES COMBINED
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                                                    Results
                                      Outcomes-1     94.5%
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                        OBJECTIVE OUTCOMES SUMMARY FOR ALL SECTIONS
           Department:               ASN Program                Course Number:             ASN 220
             Semester:              FA 09               Course Name: Advanced Nursing through Lifespan II


                                              Course Summary for Objectives 1-9
Outcomes       Obj 1       Obj 2         Obj 3      Obj 4      Obj 5      Obj 6      Obj 7     Obj 8         Obj 9
    1         86.2%       100.0%        86.2%      100.0%     100.0%     #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
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     Department:              ASN Program                 Instructor:                                                      Course #:     ASN 220
       Semester:                Fall 2009              Course Name:      Advanced Nursing Through the Lifespan II          Section/s:
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     Objective     Assessment Type          Assessment Piece            Benchmark   # of Participants                                   ActionTaken
                                                                                                        objective        objective
                                          Type            Number
1        1           Final Exam      Multiple Choice                       75%             29                       25     86.2%        No ActionTaken

2        2              Lab          Problem Solving                       75%             29                       29    100.0%         Other Issues

3        3           Final Exam      Multiple Choice                       75%             29                       25     86.2%        No ActionTaken

4        4              Lab          Problem Solving                       75%             29                       29    100.0%         Other Issues

5        5            Homework       Research Paper                        75%             29                       29    100.0%         Other Issues

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                                                                 Objective Summary
       Objective #1     Objective #2   Objective #3   Objective #4   Objective #5   Objective #6   Objective #7   Objective #8   Objective #9

          86.2%           100.0%          86.2%         100.0%         100.0%         #DIV/0!        #DIV/0!        #DIV/0!        #DIV/0!




     Combined Results

          94.5%
        # meeting    Total # of
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        objective   Participants


 1         25            29
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