Presentation on theme: "Texas A&M University-Kingsville Office of Planning and Assessment."— Presentation transcript:
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Office of Planning and Assessment
It has been said that there are three kinds of organizations: Those that make things happen Those that watch things happen Those that wonder what happened
Reporting UnitsDue DatesReport Recipients Academic DepartmentsNovember 6, 2013Dean and *CAP Support or Service UnitsNovember 6, 2013AVP and *CAP CollegesDecember 6, 2013Provost and *CAP AVPsDecember 6, 2013Vice President and *CAP Vice PresidentsFebruary 4, 2014President and *CAP
Only one change to align with TAMUKs strategic plan. Wording Goals are now Imperatives
It contains 4 parts: I. Executive Summary A brief synopsis of accomplishments from AY and changes and/or planning activities for AY Changes to revised I.E. Plan for AY II. Resource Requests A prioritized listing of specific near-term resource requests for AY and long-term resource requests for AY and
III. Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness Report I.E. Plan in effect for AY Assessment results must show data or evidence to affirm the reason why an objective was met or not met. IV. Revised I.E. Plan Revised plan for AY
Start with Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness Report Collect data based on assessment measures IMPORTANT: Make sure you are using the Revised I.E. Plan submitted with your I.E. Report Make sure your data answers your assessment measure. Changes to the plan must be highlighted in the Executive Summary.
Resource requests must be based on and prior years assessment results. Do not make requests for this year ( ), the budget is already set.
Results and analysis for Changes for , Revised I.E. Plan for Resource requests for , , and