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1 CIRTL Event Grids Summary of Findings Rique Campa & Justin Micomonaco CIRTL Network Meeting Tuesday October 27, 2009

2 Overview Review process Course-related findings Broader program-related findings Implications for institutions Implications for Network

3 Process-Spring, 2009

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5 Course-Related Findings Mapped each institutions CIRTL courses on to comprehensive grid Help identify strengths and gaps across Network SPF Scholar Practitioner Fellow Outcomes:

6 FSPFSPFSPFSPFSPFSP CU-BoulderMSUHowardUW-MadisonTAMUVanderbilt

7 Course-related Findings No courses at low engagement level No courses at low engagement level Gap in high engagement courses for students at later stages of careers Gap in high engagement courses for students at later stages of careers Most one-time courses are classified as Fellow-level, and Medium engagement Most one-time courses are classified as Fellow-level, and Medium engagement Expanded analysis to all programs reported in institutional grids: Expanded analysis to all programs reported in institutional grids: Courses alone dont tell the whole story Courses alone dont tell the whole story Courses dont seem to be the primary mode of programming across the Network Courses dont seem to be the primary mode of programming across the Network Courses tended to have the most limited capacity from institution to institution. Courses tended to have the most limited capacity from institution to institution.

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9 Network-related Findings Most institutions have established high engagement activities, especially for middle and late stages Most institutions have established high engagement activities, especially for middle and late stages Few low engagement activities at all stages across Network Few low engagement activities at all stages across Network Few programs that meet scholar-level outcomes across Network Few programs that meet scholar-level outcomes across Network

10 Implications for Institutions Self-assessment for annual planning & implementation-Can partner institutions help you fill gaps? Self-assessment for annual planning & implementation-Can partner institutions help you fill gaps? Adapt programming and evaluation methods (e.g., Who is providing low engagement programs?) Adapt programming and evaluation methods (e.g., Who is providing low engagement programs?)

11 Stages of Student Development Levels of Engagement low medium high Early Mid Late TAR Portable or adaptable program for an institution TAR Program offering by the Network ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Figure 3. Program planning for the Network.

12 Implications for Network Use resources to fill the most gaps across the Network Use resources to fill the most gaps across the Network CIRTL Outcomes- Fellow, Practioner, ScholarHow do we capture potentially CIRTL Outcomes- Fellow, Practioner, ScholarHow do we capture potentially lower levels of engagement with CIRTL Programs? Awareness? (Figure 3) lower levels of engagement with CIRTL Programs? Awareness? (Figure 3)

13 Figure 3. CIRTL Outcomes and Opportunities(?) Outcome Levels Outcome Levels Fellow Practioner Scholar Fellow Practioner Scholar Student- Student- Student- Student- in school in school in school in school Awareness Student- in school Early Faculty Early Faculty Time?$$$?Evaluation Methods? Methods? IMPACTS-OPPORTUNITIES?

14 Implications for Network (cont.) The future of the Network-rely on evaluation data to categorize outcomes of programs The future of the Network-rely on evaluation data to categorize outcomes of programs -Outcome goal- set during planning -Outcome goal- set during planning -Evaluation-outcome achieved -Evaluation-outcome achieved -Re-evaluate future program- content, -Re-evaluate future program- content, delivery (Figure 4) delivery (Figure 4)

15 Figure 4. CIRTL Outcomes, Evaluation & Planning Awareness Awareness, Fellow Fellow, Practioner Awareness Practioner Awareness, Fellow Fellow, Practioner Practioner, Scholar Low Level Mid Level High Level Engagement Engagement Engagement Early Mid Late Evaluation of Data, Reclassification of Outcomes, Adjust Programs Accordingly Adjust Programs Accordingly Awareness Fellow Fellow, Practioner Fellow Fellow, Practioner Practioner, Scholar Fellow Fellow, Practioner Practioner


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