We began by forming a QEP Discovery Committee in December 2015.
The discovery committee met to discuss formulating a process that will be used to determine a topic for our 2019-2020 reaffirmation process. The initial selection began with a broad survey to get input from all employees, students, Board of Trustees, Foundation Board, and curriculum lay advisory members (from the community). After the initial survey, focus groups were held to narrow down and select a final topic for a proposal.
|Mary Walton||Co-Chair||Director, Instructional Technology & Distance Learning|
|Rebecca Stimpson||Co-Chair||Medical Office Administration & Healthcare Business Informatics, Faculty, Assessment Coordinator|
|Member||Dean, Student Services|
|Mary Clark||Member||Director, Institutional Effectiveness|
|Allen Brooks||Member||Math, Faculty|
|Kay Tosto||Member||Associate Degree Nursing, Faculty|
|James Blalock||Member||Information Systems Technology, Faculty|
|Eva Earles||Member||Reference & Instruction Librarian|
December 2015—Formed QEP Discovery Committee
January 2016—Approved timeline and administered initial survey
February 2016—Data analysis and identification of patterns and themes
March-May 2016—Focus groups to narrow and define a broad QEP topic
August-December 2016—Form workgroup based on broad topic to narrow and specifically define QEP topic and how the topic will be assessed