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									         Closing The Assessment Loop:
Recent Improvements At Oral Roberts University

        Office of Institutional Research

              February 27, 2007
                                    From 2006 Assessment Catalog:
Improvements in Behavioral Science:

   1. A reflection element added to the Community Service artifact for ePortfolio, Fall 2006
   2. Periodic survey of graduates converted to online format, Spring 2007

Improvements in English Department:

   1. Refinement of rubric for ENG 305, fall 2005
   2. Refinement of rubric for Upper division English courses, 2005-2006
   3. Changed schedule of Senior research and senior paper to fall (research) and spring
   4. Scheduled Student Opinion Surveys for spring semester, 2005-2006
   5. Introduced teaching internship and teaching English class, 2005-2006

Improvements in Graduate Education:

   1. Raised minimum MAT or GRE scores for admission, Fall 2006
   2. Developed new disposition assessment tool, Fall 2005
   3. Revised Intermediate Contextual Information assignment to more closely reflect ELCC
      Program Improvement Process
   4. Developed new disposition assessment tool
   5. Made intermediate acceptance to Comp Exams a major A.P.A.S. check point, Summer
   6. Created a new way of checking Inter rater reliability for Comprehensive Exams as well as
      disaggregating the exam data, Fall 2005


   7. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed a model for the
       Prospectus process thus improving the quality of the prospectus.
   8. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed a rubric for the Ed.D.
       Oral comps.
   9. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed a rubric for the Ed.D.
       Written comps.
   10. The Graduate department of the School of Education revised the Unit’s Institutional
       Standards and have submitted them to the Associate Dean. Once these are approved the
       G.C. will submit a revised Conceptual Model that more accurately reflects the S.O.E.
       both Undergrad and Grad. Schools.
   11. A.P.A.S. was developed reflecting the new NCATE and ELCC standards
   12. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed an electronic newsletter
       first by way of e-mail then on our web page.
   13. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed a Workshop catalog, and
       a process for tracking our workshops.
   14. The Graduate department of the School of Education expanded the Module offerings to
       include M.A. students.
   15. The Graduate department of the School of Education created the Special Education
       Professional Development track.
   16. The Graduate department of the School of Education a rotation schedule for the
       International degree courses
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  17. The Graduate department of the School of Education has greatly expanded the use of
      technology in the classroom.
  18. The Graduate department of the School of Education transitioned the prospectus process
      from paper to electronic through the use of e-comments.
  19. The Graduate department of the School of Education added a tech proficiency
      requirement for the M.A. candidates.
  20. The Graduate department of the School of Education established a Tech. Proficiency
      Assessment Committee
  21. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed the Ed.D. Program
      Review survey and analysis process. I have published an aggregated analysis and
      comparison of the Alpha and Bata group findings as well as some recommendations


  22. As a department, the Graduate faculty made 31 formal presentations.
  23. As a department, the Graduate faculty made 11 publication submissions with one
  24. As a department, the Graduate faculty conducted 34 scholarly activities as defined by
  25. The Graduate School of Education administers a grant for the training of Special
      Education Teachers. This grant is a partnership with Tulsa Public Schools, the State of
      Oklahoma and ORU. This grant spans 2.5 years for a total of approximately $125,000.
  26. E-Portfolio has been implemented for the Graduate candidates.
  27. APAS has been updated to reflect the 11/2003 ELCC changes.

  28. The GC formed the following sub committees:
  29. Ed.D. Handbook revisions: This committee is on track to have the Ed.D. handbook
      revised and ready for July 2004.

  30. Tech Proficiency committee: This is now a standing committee responsible to assist our
      students in meeting their tech. proficiency requirement.

  31. Postsecondary committee: This committee will have course additions and degree plan
      changes ready for Spring 05.

  32. GPSA degree plan revisions: This committee has made a proposal for degree plan
      changes these changes will be reviewed by the GC early Fall 2004.
  33. The Graduate School of Education greatly increased the number of Modular course
  34. 24 courses in a module format during the Fall 2003 / Spring 2004 school year.
  35. 15 Ed.D. & MA level course
  36. 6 Courses related to the Special Education Professional Development Track
  37. 3 International degree courses
  38. A question has been added to the course evaluation re: Biblical Integration.
  39. The Grad. Council has revised the Conceptual Model definitions to better serve graduate
  40. The syllabi have as a course objective that the student will develop a better understanding
      of the S.O.E. Conceptual Framework and be able to model it in professional settings.
  41. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed eCorrespondence.

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   42. A survey of the Postsecondary students was conducted to determine their view of needed
       changes. Planning sessions have been held and are continuing with the goal of the first
       new PS course beginning in the Spring 2005.
   43. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed and initiated ePortfolio
       training sessions for our students.
   44. The Graduate department of the School of Education professors have started to develop
       course we-pages.
   45. The Access data base is in place. We are transitioning from Excel to Access.
   46. 2004-2005
   47. To better serve the Ed.D. candidates, the dissertation/ Comps lunch was developed.
   48. As a department, the Graduate faculty made 28 formal presentations.
   49. As a department, the Graduate faculty made 9 publication submissions.
   50. As a department, the Graduate faculty conducted 26 scholarly activities as defined by
   51. As a department, the Graduate faculty attended 18 professional development meetings or
       training sessions.
   52. The Graduate School of Education administered a grant for the training of Special
       Education Teachers. This grant was a partnership with Tulsa Public Schools, the State of
       Oklahoma State Improvement Grant and ORU. The grant spanned 2.5 years for a total of
       approximately $125,000. The grant concluded July 1, 2005.
   53. Three eNewsletters were published.
   54. The department conducted 16 ePortfolio training classes.
   55. The Graduate School of Education held 35 courses in a module format during the Fall
       2004 / Spring 2005 school year. Two Dissertation seminars and 2 Ed.D. orientations
       were conducted. The department held 6 Dissertation Lunches.
   56. 25 Ed.D. & MA level course
   57. 6 Courses related to the Special Edu. Professional Development Track
   58. 4 International degree courses


   59. In an effort to better serve our candidates and provide a diverse learning environment, the
       Graduate department of the School of Education hired an Asian-American professor.
   60. The Graduate department of the School of Education revised the Candidate survey.
   61. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed an alumni survey and
       posted it on a web-survey site.
   62. The Graduate department of the School of Education developed an employer’s survey.
   63. The Graduate department of the School of Education produced the 4th edition of the
       Workshop catalog and has posted it on the eNewsletter.

Improvements in Graduate Business:

     1. Changed Business, Government & Society course to Competitive Business Intelligence,
        Fall 2004.
     2. Converted Computer Simulation to Internet based program, Fall 2005.
     3. Applied for ACBSB specialized accreditation.
     4. Fall 2005 eliminated GMAT requirement for admissions putting greater emphasis on a
        comprehensive admissions review.

     Effective Fall 2007: All of these changed flowed out of Qualitative/Quantitative
     Assessments that have not been necessarily identified in the Assessment Catalog.
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     5. Eliminate human resource concentration in M.Mgt.
     6. Eliminate executive development, advanced human resource management, legal issues
         of HR management, and compensation and benefits.
     7. Add 2 concentrations to M.Mgt: Organizational Dynamics and Sales Marketing.
     8. Add 3 courses: Organizational Dynamics, Business Technology, and Service Marketing.
     9. Changed Graduate Business from a 2 hour course to a 3 hour course, updated it,
         renamed it “Communications in Contemporary Business,” and switched it from a
         proficiency in MBA to a required component (moving ethics to the proficiency).
     10. Preparing all of the M.Mgt. degree and concentration for possible Internet delivery.
     11. Changed the name of MGT/ORG Theory to “Management in a Globalized Era.”
     12. Implemented CPC leveling (Common Professional Component ACBSP Reqd)
         requirements for M.Mgt. students.

Improvements in Graduate Theology:

   1. Refined rubrics in Assessment I (MA and MDiv students), Fall 2006
   2. Refined rubrics in Assessment II (MA and MDiv students), Fall 2006
   3. Refined rubrics in Assessment III (MA and MDiv students), Fall 2006

Improvements in Chemistry Department:

   1.    Made Chemical Instrumentation required for both chemistry major programs
   2.    Offered Chemistry II lecture and lab in the fall semester as well as the spring
   3.    Made one General Chemistry II Lab section into an Honors lab
   4.    Only offer Inorganic, Structure and Bonding during alternate spring, semesters
   5.    Made one Principles of Chemistry lab into a Writing Intensive course.
   6.    Went to microscale in Organic Labs for modernization, safety and waste control purposes
   7.    Focused Analysis on applications in environmental chemistry using statistics rather than
         emphasizing chemical equilibrium
   8.    Added Power Point presentations to all courses
   9.    Updated the General Chemistry labs to focus on learning outcomes as related to premed
         emphasis and graduate school admissions Increased hours in undergraduate research
         available for interested students and the goal of presentations at regional ACS meeting
   10.   Added a laboratory component to the Biochemistry course to better train students in
         laboratory efforts as well as meet prerequisites for graduate schools
   11.   Added online offerings for the Principles of Chemistry lecture and lab (nonmajors)

Improvements in Foreign Language Education:

   1. Added a stylistics category to rubric in Cultural Composition course after restructuring
      assessment categories, May 2005
   2. Strengthened the Narration course curriculum by placing more emphasis on writing. Fall

Improvements in HPER Department:

   1. Change in Field Test distances to facilitate consistent grading standards for General
      Education, Fall 2005
   2. New Lab Manual for Health/Fitness classes, Fall 2005
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   3. Social meeting with all new majors and faculty for improved student-faculty interaction,
      Fall 2005

Improvements in Instruction:

   1. Changed categories for Deans’ awards for Alumni Program for Professionalism in the
       Classroom, Spring 2005
   2. Revised Student Opinion Surveys, Fall 2004
   3. Overload pay to begin after 25 hours, Fall 2005
   4. Non-teaching duties not included in faculty load, Fall 2005
   5. Include ePortfolio requirements in syllabi, Spring 2006
   6. Include right to publish in University policies, Spring, 2006
   7. Established policy for handbook revision, Summer 2005
   8. Developed policy to time out inactive courses, Fall 2004
   9. Checked all degree plan sheets for consistency, Spring 2004
   10. Assessment of Classroom Technology led to increased number of technology rooms to 43
   11. Assessment of Classroom Technology led to adding wireless capability to 5 auditoria
   12. Assessment of Faculty Desktop Technology led to every full-time faculty member
       receiving a Pentium 5 computer, Spring, 2005
   13. Assessment of Salary Position in Region for All Faculty Categories led to closing the gap
       between ORU mean salaries and peer group mean salaries

From Program Review:
Improvements in Art Department:

   1. Added Figure Drawing II
   2. Drawing and Figure Drawing changed from 2 to 3 credits
   3. Discontinued Watercolor 2002-2003
   4. Addition of third level in all Studio disciplines: Figure Drawing III, Ceramics III,
      Painting III
   5. Addition of internship component to Sculpture III
   6. Revised the student disposition form

Improvements in Broadcast Journalism:

   1.    Added Announcing in Fall 2000
   2.    Added Radio Drama in Spring 2005
   3.    Major class revision Spring of 2005 and Fall of 2005 to Audio Fundamentals
   4.    Total revision of Broadcast News, KORU Radio and Telenews class in fall of 2005

Improvements in Drama; D/T/F Performance

   1. Added Drama In The Church (created for the worship minor in the music department)
   2. Several courses have been revised: Theatrical Makeup, Scenic Design, Introduction To
      Technical Production, Directing, Fundamentals of Acting
   3. Added a course in lighting design

Improvements in Journalism:

   1. Significant revisions to the following:
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   2. 2 writing classes
   3. The mass media law class
   4. Added required workshops

Improvements in Mass Media Production:

   1.    Clarified MMP Minor
   2.    Added Film Production Techniques
   3.    Added Scriptwriting to MMP Emphasis
   4.    Added Intro to New Technologies
   5.    Added Advanced Flash
   6.    Added Intro to 3-D & Animation
   7.    Added Advanced 3-D & Animation
   8.    Added TV set scene design
   9.    Removed Advanced TV Production from required MMP Emphasis

Improvements in Modern Language Deaprtment:

   1. Engaged in interactions with the School of Nursing resulting in a cooperative
      arrangement in which Nursing students have an opportunity in their undergraduate degree
      plan to complete a concentration in foreign language.
   2. Created a Modern Language course syllabus for student internships; at present, these
      internships afford students opportunities to be engaged in the South Peoria citizenship
      project in Tulsa as well as serving as Spanish translators for the Saint Francis Hospital
   3. By receiving funding through a grant, new resources were obtained for use in the Modern
      Language Laboratory and Culture Center:
      a. Media resources with accompanying texts in Spanish medical terminology for
          Nursing students
      b. Foreign language media resources for student translators completing internships
          through the Modern Language Department
      c. Foreign language resources, such as the Rosetta Stone, in foreign languages not
          taught at ORU
      d. Providing access to foreign language resources for students and professors preparing
          for trips and missions opportunities where preparation is needed in other foreign
          languages not taught at ORU
   4. Obtained funding to purchase a large screen television which will allow large groups to
      watch foreign language media resources in the Culture Center
   5. Provided tours and viewing of resources in the Modern Language Laboratory and Culture
      Center to classes from Eisenhower International School
   6. Have engaged more than 300 students in the International Study Abroad Program since
      1998. The steady increase is the result of promotion of the Study Abroad Program in
      classes as well as through extracurricular activities, such as promotion at Honors Program
      events, Group Advisement, and Foreign Language Placement interviews.

Improvements to Public Relations/Advertising:

   1.    Added PR Case Studies
   2.    Added PR Management
   3.    Added Integrated Marketing Communication
   4.    Added Advanced Public Service
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   5. Added Consumer Behavior.
   6. Discontinued Audio Production
   7. Discontinued TV Production
   8. Discontinued Black & White Photo
   9. Discontinued Theater requirements.
   10. Fall semester of 2005, the MMC-Pr/Ad Emphasis introduced the following course
       requirements: Public Relations Case Studies, Integrated Marketing Communications,
       Consumer Behavior, Advanced Public Speaking
   11. Added a new Print Broadcast Journalism Lab in Comm Arts and specifically the MMC
       major. The Lab offers the latest in digital editing software and multiple courses are
       taught there including Publications Workshop, Audio Principles, Advertising Layout &
       Design, IMC, Senior Paper/Project for MMC, PR/Ad emphases students and Technical
       Writing for the English Department

The following improvements were based on responses to low scores on
Student and Faculty surveys:
Engineering and Physics Department:
   1. Internal Combustion Engine Lab - (Mechanical Engineering)- Became operational
   2. Space Dynamics Lab funded by NASA ($75,000) - Developed an apparatus to test the
      stability and control of a spinning, thrusting spacecrafts
   3. Control System Laboratory - Purchased several control system units $15,000
   4. Heat & Fluid Lab - New wind tunnel $3,000 (It was built by a student, it would have cost
      much more.) - Heat exchangers, 2 at $1,000 each
   5. Action Plan for improvement of Engineering and Physics laboratories (already initiated):
      a.    Review the Mechanical emphasis courses to determine which courses should have
            laboratories and the need for adding or deleting laboratories (completed)
      b.    Based on 1, determine the appropriate number of laboratories and content for each
            course (complete for 75% of the courses)
      c.    Document the laboratory procedures in a consistent format (40-50% complete)
      d.    Evaluate the equipment needs and space requirements (60% complete)
      e.    Purchase the new equipment during a time frame that is consistent with the
            scheduled offering of the courses (20% complete)
      f.    Reorganize the laboratory space and dispose of obsolete equipment

Computer Science and Mathematics Department:
  1. Upgraded clock speed of all computers in labs
  2. All computers were given CD-ROM drives
  3. Sound cards and speakers in instructors' terminals in all laboratories
  4. More stable computing environment, new servers.
  5. RAM at least doubled on all computers
  6. Re-examination of current textbooks in the classes that have a low overall ePortfolio
  7. Emphasize the importance of improving the individual’s evaluation scores on the Group
     Process Evaluation by Students in Spring 2006*
  8. Compare the overall GPA to the ePortfolio scores*

Anna Vaughn School of Nursing:
   1. New state-of-the-art Nursing Simulation Lab
   2. Added an infant model
   3. Added an IV arm
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   4. Purchased and implemented computer assisted instructional software
   5. New videos purchased and utilized
   6. Refined clinical evaluation rubrics, 2005-2006*
   7. Revised teacher-made tests throughout the curriculum*
   8. Assured that test items address proper level of Bloom’s taxonomy*
   9. Brought in a testing expert for faculty workshop, Fall 2005*
   10. Evaluated the number of written papers required for submission to ePortfolio*
   11. Decreased the number of artifacts required for ePortfolio, 2005-2006*
   12. Adopted new policy related to ATI (standardized test from Assessment Technologies
       Institute): Students must pass level-specific exams in order to progress to next level of
       nursing program; e.g., sophomore to junior level, junior level to senior level, and senior-
       level to graduation, 2005-2006

Modern Languages Department:
  Language Laboratory:
  1. Eight computer stations
  2. Internet capability
  3. Power point on main console.
  4. New videos purchased and utilized
  5. Language CD-Roms
  6. Business Spanish software
  7. Bible in several languages
  8. Sermon software
  9. Video translation equipment
  10. Added a stylistics category to rubric in Cultural Composition course after restructuring
      assessment categories, May 2005*
  11. Strengthened the Narration course curriculum by placing more emphasis on writing. Fall

Cooperative Learning Center:
   Academic Advising
   1. Customer Service training
   2. New forms giving students greater input into the initial schedule
   3. Weeklong Freshman Orientation including Time Management training and a "University
       Success"–type seminar
   4. Approximately doubled the number of advising periods of students with their CAC
   Career Counseling
   5. JOB–TRAK Online job posting service - Uploads students' resumes
   6. INTERVIEW–TRAK schedules interviews with employers
   7. MONSTER-TRAK and EAGLE-TRAK implemented in 1999, but replaced by College
       Central Network web resources in August 2005 with the ability to produce web and e-
       mail based surveys whenever needed*
   8. Added a secretary and another full-time assistant*
   9. Annual Career Fair
   10. Online strengths assessment software*

Enrollment Services:

   1. Created an online community for prospective students who've been accepted to the
   University: "Face Place."
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   2. Changed the process by which students enroll in courses so that they receive immediate
   feedback about their class schedules.
   3. Reduced the number of approvals required for action on 15 petition requests.

   1. Library operations located on the 3rd floor of the L.R.C were moved to the fourth floor of
       the L.R.C in remodeled facilities
   2. A new electric Resources center and Reference Area was opened with additional
       databases and new computers
   3. More bibliographic instruction classes were added along with a new bibliographical
       instruction classroom
   4. Adult education division added to the reference Department and Interlibrary Loan
   5. More databases have been added to expand the resources available to the students and
   6. New hard copies of books and journals have been added each year
   7. Hundreds of new electronic books and electronic journals are being added
   8. Library Users Survey updated & combined with the Electronic Resources Survey, Fall
   9. Updated the Library Electronic Resources Faculty Survey, Fall 2006*

History/Humanities/Government Department:
   1. Updated Humanities videos
   2. Revised lecture and discussion format
   3. Worldview committee established
   4. The Humanities faculty is collaborating in the writing of an original textbook for ORU
   5. Currently expanding the Humanities Handbook which contains the outlines of all the

Human Resources Department:
  1. Training is provided to all faculty and staff entitled, “A Matter of Respect” on an ongoing
     basis. This training addresses legal issues for both supervisors and employees in
     adherence to company policy as it relates to equal employment and sexual harassment
     type issues.
  2. Introductory computer training classes were offered to employees to learn new skills
     and/or as refresher courses.
  3. The Human Resources website was updated to allow for easier access for prospective
     and/or current faculty and staff.
  4. Performance Review training was provided for supervisors in preparation of the annual
     performance review process for staff which occurs on an annual basis.

Biology Department:
   1. Converted to dual purpose labs in conjunction with the School of Education
   2. New chairs purchased for all labs
   3. Audio-visual screen in each laboratory
   4. Microscopes cleaned and repaired

Financial Aid:
   1. Increasing student awareness regarding the financial aid process and deadlines
   2. Online application forms and helpful links to scholarship searches and resources
   3. Encouraging students to start the financial aid process earlier
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Improvements in School of Life Long Education

   1. The Program Review survey has been completed and the results are being analyzed for
      their impact on current programs and implications for future programs.
   2. The SLLE is working with the public relations department to (A) design material
      promoting the new online Business degree and (B) put a news story on the ORU website.
   3. A new promotional “push card” has been designed and is currently at the printers. This
      will incorporate the new branding initiative undertaken by the University and allow for
      inexpensive, updated materials to be available for promotional events while the new
      brochure is being designed. All materials sent to prospective students have now been
      converted to materials in line with the branding initiative.
   4. Increase SLLE efficiency and customer service. A step by step procedural document has
      been developed, which helps keep staff focused. With some restructuring within the
      department, there is more accountability for efficient, effective student services. All
      these services are a continual work in progress as enrollment increases, etc.

Bible Institutes

   5. Bible Institute curriculum is being upgraded to a consistent and professional format. Five
      additional courses have been revised and updated to date.
   6. Seven new Bible Institutes have been added in New Jersey, Texas, North Carolina,
      Alabama, and Pennsylvania.
   7. Possibilities for the Bible Institute are being explored in various locations in the United
      States as well as internationally, including Ireland, Africa, Asia, Europe, and South and
      Central America.
      a. Partnered with American Hispanic churches to establish Bible Institutes in their own
          languages of Spanish and Portuguese.
      b. Made plans with ORU medical school graduate Dr. Seth Ablorh to establish a Bible
          Institute in Ghana in 2007.
      c. Established partnership with former ORU professor Dr. Arden Autry to begin a Bible
          Institute in Ireland in January 2007.
      d. Established a partnership with the Network of Global Ministries, an association of
          300 ministers, to offer the ORU Diploma of Theological Studies Bible Institute
          program as a part of the benefits of the Network.
      e. Additional institutes are being planned to begin in 2007 in Texas, Missouri, Florida,
          New Jersey, Arizona, Canada, and New York.

Course Development

   8. Make the ePortfolio assessment system a university-wide requirement for all students.
      Now all new SLLE students take the GEN 098 course that trains students in ePortfolio.
      General Education courses were revised in 2005 to include Residential ePortfolio
      requirements and to introduce External students to the concept of ePortfolio. All General
      Education and pertinent major courses are under revision during the Spring 2007
      semester to include ePortfolio updates for both External and Residential correspondence
      students. As of Spring 2007, all of our newly admitted SLLE students who take the GEN
      098 course are required to complete the SLLE artifact, “Distance Learning Reflection
      Paper,” an assignment designed to meet one of the SLLE’s specific

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   9. SLLE continued to expand and develop online course offerings. One new online general
       education course has been developed for Spring 2007. In addition, eight new online
       classes (seven general education and one theology) are being developed and will be
       offered in Summer 2007.
   10. New online degree programs are being developed. Undergraduate Business degree:
       Seven new Business classes have been developed and will be offered online in Spring
       2007. Additional Business classes will continue to be developed into online offerings
       each semester, as decided by the department.
   11. Additional online degree programs are being planned for Undergraduate Theology,
       Graduate Business, and Graduate Nursing.
   12. SLLE is in the process of seeking HLC approval for the new degrees.
   13. Develop a free “Online Course about Online Learning at ORU.” The Online Course
       about Online at ORU has just been completed. Strategies are underway regarding how to
       offer it via advertising, promotions, etc.
   14. Implement a campus-wide course management system. Desire2Learn is now available
       through a license agreement with Oklahoma State University. It is available campus-
       wide for all faculty, and the system is being used for all new online offerings.

Faculty training

   15. With the addition of a new course management system and the conversion of courses to
       an online format, the need for more faculty communication and support will increase.
       Events are being planned to train the faculty to utilize the new technologies as they
       become available.
   16. Faculty developing the new online courses have all completed training at the Eighth
   17. Since Desire2Learn became available to faculty, there has been one campus-wide training
       session, and a computer lab is available during a specific time each week where trainers
       are available at Faculty convenience. Additional topic specific trainings are scheduled
       throughout Spring 2007.

* From 2006 Assessment Catalog

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