Currently work has been done on program and course documentation in the Communications Studies area. One of the biggest challenges we have faced, and still face, is the pace of institutional change.
However the process is slow and at times gets delayed in favor of other pressing tasks. Individual instructors have also begun implementation of new interdisciplinary strategies and targeting their SLOs with approaches shared through the DQP.
As a small Community College, our faculty and staff have to complete the same tasks as larger schools with fewer people and less time available.
The DQP has provided us with tools that allow evidence based and targeted changes in our approach to writing, assessing and analyzing SLOs. CMC staff and faculty knowledgeable on the DQP are embedded in our curricular process at the creation, technical review, Curriculum Committee, and Academic Senate levels.
The dialogue this project has created will influence our efforts as we continue to work towards a process of integrated planning for all areas of the institution from instruction to facilities. Kersey, our Chief Instructional Officer, has emphasized the significance of the work we are doing and committed to provide support to our faculty through the purchase of service agreements with both CurricUNET and Taskstream.
Thanks to the DQP our college is consistently prioritizing course, institutional, and program learning outcome development and assessment. As such, we have begun implementing lessons learned in our phrasing and language choices. Implementing changes is also done more efficiently with the data and support provided.
We are thankful for the improved quality of our institutional dialogue and tools we now have to help our students succeed.
Finally, our campus leadership has been encouraging in this endeavor. The most notable success is in the discussions we have related to curricular development. His support and the support of our President, Vice-president, and Dean has been unwavering.
The work done by our friends and colleagues at other California Colleges and Universities as well as the support provided by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges and the Lumina Foundation has been outstanding.Copper Mountain College is the "college built by the community for the community." The faculty and staff are proud to provide the Morongo Basin with a wide array of courses, community education programs, and artistic and cultural events.
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