November 5, 2012 minutes
Henderson State University Assessment Team
Galloway Room, 4:00 p.m.
November 5, 2012
Present: Debra Coventry, Lecia Franklin, Pam Ligon, Ronnie Monroe, Ginger Otwell, Phillip Schroeder, Brett Serviss, Blake Smith, Karen Spradlin, Sheryl Strother, Joyce Shepherd, Wrenette Tedder, and Bob Yehl
Absent: Margaret Hoskins, Chad Fielding, and Lenette Jones
Next Meeting: November 19, 2012
Assessment Awards nominee information – Wrenette will send out, electronically, the evaluation instructions, rubric, and the academic and non-academic units to be evaluated. Each Team member has until Monday, November 19, to complete their ratings. No unit can win two consecutive years. Dr. Beach will communicate to the campus that all three rubrics will be utilized this semester for the general education assessment.
A-Team representatives contacting units. The group was encouraged to reach out and assist those units which have not submitted any assessment data to TracDat.
Proposal for choosing-Team members and length of term appointments. Bob Yehl and Phillip Schroeder discussed the process for term limits. Two academic and two non-academic members will rotate off each year with the term ending in May.
Karen Spradlin 2013
Phillip Schroeder 2013
Blake Smith 2013
Karen Spradlin 2013
Margaret Hoskins 2014
Lenette Jones 2014
Pam Ligon 2014
Joyce Shepherd 2014
Debra Coventry 2015
Chad Fielding 2015
Brett Serviss 2015
Bob Yehl 2015
Ronnie Monroe 2016
Sheryl Strother 2016
Revisit General Education core assessment, preparing for the November 14 meeting. Wrenette and Phillip will be attending a meeting with Dr. Maralyn Sommer and the deans to discuss how to collect assessment data in junior and senior-level classes.
Helping academic units with General Education assessment. The Proficiency Profile, a computer-based, standardized test, will be administered to classes and will assess general education skills. There is still a need for senior-level data.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 4:55 p.m.
Pam Ligon, secretary