Program review rubric
From: Stephen C. Ehrmann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 12:06 PM
To: Larry Ragan; Abdous, M’Hammed; Jim Zimmer
Cc: Gary Brown
Subject: Program review rubric
I mentioned to each of you that Gary Brown and his colleagues were in the early stages of using Flashlight Online [TLTGroup’s re-branding of the WSU online survey tool Skylight] to deploy an interesting set of rubrics for program review/evaluation. Programs would get the rubrics in advance and use those ideas to document their performance. Their reports and a Flashlight form with the rubrics could then be sent to reviewers; their responses to the rubric could then then be easily summarized and displayed. I’ve seen the rough draft of their rubric and it seems quite promising to me. It’s designed for the review of academic departments, but I think the idea could be adapted for use with faculty support/development units.
When the material is ready for a wider look in a few weeks, Gary will send me a URL and I can pass that along. Or you could contact Gary directly if you like. His email address is BrownG@wsu.edu
Stephen C. Ehrmann, Ph.D.
Director of the Flashlight Program for the Study and Improvement of Educational Uses of Technology;
Vice President, The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Group, a not-for-profit organization
Mobile: +1 240-606-7102
(Old Dominion) (Penn State) are both thinking about how to design comprehensive evaluations of faculty support. Your rubric for program review seems like it could be adapted to their purposes. I was talking with folks from Mount Royal (Calgary) at ISSOTL;