How to Submit a Student Learning Outcome Report for Academic, Career & Technical and Health Sciences Programs
Data Collection Period is for the Academic Year of Summer, Fall, & Spring
Step #1: Maintain the Student Learning Outcome Reporting Template
The Student Learning Outcome Reporting Template mirrors all the fields of the online student learning outcome submission form. Maintaining this template will make it easier for educational units to transfer SLO information directly into the online submission form at the end of the year.
Step #2: Complete the Student Learning Outcome Data Source Form
A designated point of contact within each educational program will collect student learning outcome data at the end of each term and that data should be recorded on the Data Source Form. The Data Source Form provides a detailed breakdown of the SLO data that was submitted by each faculty member.
The Data Source Form should be completed *prior to* starting the Online Student Learning Submission Form. The designated point of contact will be prompted to upload a saved version of the Data Source Form within the Online Student Learning Outcome Submission Form.
Step #3: MGCCC Online Student Learning Outcome Submission Form
This MGCCC Online Student Learning Outcome Submission Form should be completed at the end of each academic year, typically following final exam week of Spring semester. To make this a smooth process, make sure all the student learning outcome information is prepared in-advance (reference step #1) and that the Data Source Form has been completed and saved prior to working on the report (reference step #2). Educational units are advised not to rush the process and to invest a sufficient amount of time to ensure the final report is of high quality. Click the button below to submit an Annual Student Learning Outcome Report for the Academic Year 1920.
What Happens After the Annual Student Learning Outcome Report is Submitted?
Upon final submission of the online report, the report will automatically be e-mailed to the following individuals for further review: #1 the designated report writer, #2 Deans of Teaching and Learning / Health Sciences, #3 Associate Vice President of Career & Technical Education, and #4 Institutional Research.
After all the student learning outcome reports have been received, the Office of Institutional Research will extract the data out of the internal system, migrate the data to a template and generate an aggregated institutional report for 2019-2020. The report will be split out by academic, career, technical and healthcare programs in alphabetical order.
♦ All MGCCC Online Student Learning Outcome Forms must be submitted by no later than the Wednesday, May 13th, 2020.
|Academic Year||Data Collection||Reporting Deadline|
|2018-2019||Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019||Wednesday, May 8th, 2019|
|2019-2020||Summer 2019, Fall 2019, Spring 2020||Wednesday, May 13th, 2020|
Team Leaders for Planning & Student Learning Outcomes
- Dean Ghosal – Business Office and Administration Programs, Honors College, Social Science
- Dean Layton – Developmental Studies
- Dean Rhodes – Fine Arts, Health and Physical Education, Language Arts Programs, Mathematics and Computer Science, Science
- Dean Ghosal – Commercial/Residential Construction
- Dean Layton – Apprentice Electric Lineman, Commercial Truck Driving, Cosmetology, Electrical Technology, Massage Therapy, Mechanical Maintenance Technology, Welding Technology
- Dean Rhodes – Precision Manufacturing & Machine Technology
- Dr. Riggins – Auto Collision Repair Technology, Automotive Light Duty Diesel Technology, Automotive Technology, Banquet and Catering Service Technology, Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration
- Dean Ghosal – Accounting Technology, Administrative Office Technology, Business Management Technology, Early Childhood Education Technology, Graphic Design Technology, IT Specialist Technology
- Dean Layton – Medical Office Technology – Billing and Coding & Transcription, Travel & Tourism Management Technology
- Dean Rhodes – 3D Modeling and Design Technology, Electronics Technology, Human Services Technology, Instrumentation and Control Technology, Process Operations Technology
- Dr. Riggins – Baking and Pastry Arts Technology, Business and Marketing Management Technology, Computer Networking Technology, Computer Programming Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, Criminal Justice Technology, Culinary Arts Technology, Database Administration Technology, Hotel & Restaurant Management, Interpreter Training Technology, Network Security Technology, Paralegal Technology
- Dr. Joan Hendrix – Associate Degree Nursing, Emergency Medical Sciences EMT-Basic, Emergency Medical Sciences Paramedic, Funeral Services Technology, Health Care Assistant, Health Information Technology, Medical Assisting Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care Technology, Surgical Technology