Department of Mathematical, Information & Computer Sciences

Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

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Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

The Mathematical, Information and Computer Sciences department has more than ten years of experience in systematic gathering of student learning outcomes data.  In this section you will find a number of artifacts relating to that data collection.  These include longitudinal data for both General Education curriculum and department programs in Computer Science, Information Systems (formerly Computer Information Systems) and Mathematics.

To help frame the data, this section includes several years of the department’s annual assessment reports and the department’s most recent program review. This section also includes information about student cumulative experiences: internshipsservice learning and research.  The details on the internships, service learning and student research can be found in the green box to the right titled Points of Distinction.

The Mathematical, Information and Computer Sciences department has more than ten years of experience in systematic gathering of student learning outcomes data.  In this section you will find the analysis of the data gathered and information about how the data has been used to change pedagogy, curriculum and programs.  The analysis is done for both General Education curriculum and department programs in Computer Science, Information Systems (formerly Computer Information Systems) and Mathematics.

Details of the use of the data can be found several years of the department’s annual assessment reports, the department’s most recent program review and the department’s curricular change proposals.

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