Learning Outcomes & Assessment Committee

Fall 2016 meeting schedule for LOAC-AA & LOAC-SS

LOAC-AA Meetings
  • LOAC-AA Retreat: Aug 17, 10 AM-1 PM, A-403
  • 1st Tuesdays: Sept 6, Oct 4, Nov 1, Dec 6; 2:30 - 4 PM, tbd
LOAC-SS Meetings
  • TBD

loac-aa COMMITTEE functions

Support curricular practices at AHC that incorporate the learning outcomes assessment cycle including the creation of SLOs, data collection, improvement plans and implementation by:

  1. Assist departments to develop strategies to implement assessment cycle at the course, program, and institutional levels.
  2. Oversee the assessment of the institutional learning outcomes (ILOs).
  3. Monitor and maintain the institutional assessment plan to link the assessment cycle to the college’s planning processes.
  4. Provide training for faculty and staff on all parts of the assessment cycle.
  5. Work with program review participants to implement improvement plans related to assessment.
  6. Maintain assessment cycle timelines.

LOAC-AA Reports to: Student Learning Council

LOAC-SS Committee Functions

  1. Assist departments in the development, implementation, and assessment of student learning outcomes at the course and program levels for student services.
  2. Provide input and feedback in the assessment of institutional learning outcomes (ILOs).
  3. SLO liaisons will report on SLO assessment progress in their departments.
  4. Provide and oversee training for faculty and staff on assessment of learning outcomes.
  5. Work with program review participants to implement objectives related to assessment.

LOAC-SS Reports to: Student Services Council

LOAC-AA Members

Liz West SLO Coordinator, Academic Affairs ext. 3279
Ken George Public Safety ext. 3815
Christopher Straub Social & Behavioral Sciences ext.
Mayra Morales/Juanita Tuan SLO Co-Coordinator, Student Services ext. 3336/3646
Alice Caddell Applied Behavioral Sciences ext. 3789
Anne Cremarosa Business ext. 3418
Chris Hite Fine Arts ext. 3208
Kathy Headtke Library ext. 5474
Scia Maumausolo Kinesiology, Recreation & Athletics ext. 3877
Vacant Industrial Technology ext. 
Julia Raybould-Rodgers English ext. 3780
Andria Keiser Languages & Communication ext. 3701
Vacant Life & Physical Sciences ext. 3836
Holly Stromberg Health Sciences ext. 3540
Derek Mitchem Mathematics & Engineering ext. 3563

 

Invitees/Non-Voting

Rebecca Andres VPAA Designee ext. 3246
George Railey Vice President, Academic Affairs ext. 3247
Paul Murphy Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness ext. 3755
Nohemy Ornelas Vice President, Student Services ext. 3659
Alice Caddell Faculty Designee, Academic Senate ext. 3789
Dave DeGroot AP&P Designee ext. 3713
Jennie Robertson Learning Outcomes Analyst ext. 3880
Vacant Part-time Faculty Rep ext. 
Nancy Meddings Dean, Academic Affairs ext. 3475
Richard Mahon Dean, Academic Affairs ext. 3537
Margaret Lau Dean, Academic Affairs ext. 3261
Sofia Ramirez-Gelpi Dean, Academic Affairs ext. 3325
Rob Parisi Dean, Student Services ext. 3205
Rick Rantz Dean, Extended Campus ext. 5203

 

LOAC-SS Members

Alex Bell Student Health Services ext. 3212
Liz West SLO Coordinator, Academic Affairs ext. 3279
Sharon Alldredge Testing ext. 3365
Petra Gomez TRIO/CAN ext. 3914
David Hernandez Career Job Placement ext. 3707
Greg DeLeon Financial Aid ext. 3604
Marian Quaid Maltagliati Admissions & Records ext. 3323
Mayra Morales SLO Co-Coordinator/CalWORKs ext. 3641
Rob Parisi Learning Assistance Program ext. 3657
Julie Vasques Counseling  
Diana Perez CalSOAP ext. 3654
Stephanie Robb Student Activities ext. 3734
Juanita Tuan SLO Co-Coordinator/EOPS/CARE ext. 3646
Josie Cabanas Admissions & Records ext. 3266
Lucerito Salgado Noncredit ext. 3745
Ashley Brackett University Transfer Center ext. 3549

 

Invitees/Non-Voting

Jennie Robertson Learning Outcomes Analyst ext. 3880

 

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