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1 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” University System of Georgia Student Learning Outcomes Project Dr. Tom Maier Dr. Catherine Finnegan

2 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” University System of Georgia 35 public colleges and universities 35 public colleges and universities 4 Research Universities,4 Research Universities, 15 Regional/State Universities15 Regional/State Universities 4 State Colleges4 State Colleges 12 Associate Colleges12 Associate Colleges 253,552 students253,552 students 9,553 full-time faculty9,553 full-time faculty

3 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” Demographics of USG Students 68% full-time 68% full-time 84% undergraduate 84% undergraduate 35% minority 35% minority 58% female 58% female 14% non-traditional undergraduate 14% non-traditional undergraduate 8% take learning support courses 8% take learning support courses 20,000+ receive HOPE scholarship as freshman 20,000+ receive HOPE scholarship as freshman 73% retained 73% retained 45% graduate 45% graduate

4 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” System Assessment Concerns Transitions and Access Transitions and Access Retention–Progression–Graduation (RPG) Retention–Progression–Graduation (RPG) Workforce Development Workforce Development Academic Benchmarking Academic Benchmarking Institutional Efficiency Institutional Efficiency Institutional Effectiveness Institutional Effectiveness

5 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” USG Outcomes Project Leverage Existing Common USG Systems Leverage Existing Common USG Systems BannerBanner GeorgiaVIEW (BbLS-Vista)GeorgiaVIEW (BbLS-Vista) Data WarehouseData Warehouse Academic Data Mart Academic Data Mart P16 Data Mart P16 Data Mart Develop a comprehensive model for longitudinal research Develop a comprehensive model for longitudinal research

6 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” Common Learning Core Required core curriculum Required core curriculum 5 general areas (basic math and English, humanities, social science, science) and major-related courses5 general areas (basic math and English, humanities, social science, science) and major-related courses System-wide Academic Advisory CommitteesSystem-wide Academic Advisory Committees Common numbering and descriptionsCommon numbering and descriptions eCoreeCore Regents Tests of Reading and Writing Regents Tests of Reading and Writing USG student learning outcomes USG student learning outcomes

7 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” Goals of Outcomes Project Improve higher education by using data to inform practice and state policy Improve higher education by using data to inform practice and state policy Provide a resource to engage in sustained, longitudinal research Provide a resource to engage in sustained, longitudinal research Analyze talent development and migration issues for a wide variety of populations Analyze talent development and migration issues for a wide variety of populations Create a model for other states Create a model for other states Provide feedback to technology and content provider partners Provide feedback to technology and content provider partners

8 “Creating a More Educated Georgia” Key Partners USG Office of Information and Instructional Technology (OIIT) USG Office of Information and Instructional Technology (OIIT) University of Georgia’s Institute of Higher Education (IHE) University of Georgia’s Institute of Higher Education (IHE) Private Sector ($$$) Private Sector ($$$)


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