ERIC Number: ED484105
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Apr-1
Oklahoma State System of Higher Education Annual Student Assessment Report, 2002-03.
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
The tenth annual report on student assessment in the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education is presented as required by the State Regents' "Policy Statement on the Assessment of Students for Purposes of Instructional Improvement and State System Accountability." Each institution must evaluate students at four levels (graduate student assessment is optional): (1) entry-level assessment and course placement; (2) mid-level assessment; (3) program outcomes (exit-level) assessment; (3) assessment of student satisfaction; and (4) graduate student assessment. Institutions submit an annual assessment report to the State Regents, which describes assessment efforts at each of these levels. Information on number of students assessed, results of the assessment, and detailed plans for any institutional and instructional changes due to assessment results are required in the report. The purpose of entry-level assessment is to assist institutional faculty and advisors in making course placement decisions that will give students the best possible chance of academic success. All institutions in the state higher education system were required to submit an annual assessment report. The summaries included in this report provide an overview and highlights of assessment activities at each institution in the state system.
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Higher Education
Authoring Institution: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Oklahoma City.