This branch of Institutional Effectiveness provides data, often collected through Institutional Research, and submits information to external agencies. In addition, this branch manages teaching effectiveness through the Instructional Assessment System (IAS). Reports completed through this branch include the following:
School-specific U.S. News reports, College Board Survey, America’s Best Colleges, and Princeton Review.
External surveys conducted by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness
|ACT Graduate/Professional School Data ||Peterson's Interim Tuition Update |
|Barron's Profiles of American Colleges ||Peterson's Undergraduate |
|CGS/GRE Survey of Graduate Enrollment ||Princeton Review - Common Data Set |
|Chronicle Guidance Publication ||Princeton Review - Review Data Set |
|College Board ||U.S. News America’s Best Colleges - Financial Aid |
|College Scope ||U.S. News America’s Best Colleges |
|NSF-NIH Graduate Survey Post Doctoral Science & Engineering ||U.S. News America’s Best Colleges IPEDS Finance Data |
|PEDS Report - Professional Education Data System ||U.S. News America’s Best Graduate Schools Education |
|PEQIS (U.S. Dept. of Education) ||U.S. News America's Best Graduate Schools Business |
|PEQIS Disability Services ||U.S. News Distance Education |
|Peterson's Financial Aid ||University of Delaware Study |
|Peterson's Graduate ||Wintergreen Orchard House |
Auburn University at Montgomery - Course Evaluation Form Assessment
The University of Washington's Instructional Assessment System
(IAS) will be used by students on campus for gathering campus perceptions of teaching effectiveness. The IAS System offers 13 different evaluation forms, each adapted for use in a specific instructional format. More information on the IAS system can be found on AUMNet.
The Online Course Evaluation Assessment System was created with the purpose of evaluating courses that are taught either strictly or partially online. This system allows students taking classes online to assess the quality of the course and their instructor anonymously. The online course evaluation forms (CEF) are similar to those given in traditional classes, except the questions are directed toward online classes. The reports generated by the system are in the same format as those generated for traditional CEF reports to make comparisons between the two easier.
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