Draft - In progress (2012)
The Educational Effectiveness Committee 1) guides the development of indicators and evidence of educational effectiveness across academic and co-curricular programs at LLU, 2) makes evidence-based recommendations for changes in institutional structures and processes, and 3) facilitates the establishment of a culture of evidence-based decision making. It reports to the University Academic Affairs Committee and is guided by the University Accreditation Steering Committee.
To accomplish its goals, the EEC established a structure of subcommittees.
- Oversee the development, process, and results of University SLO assessment and program review.
- Serve as a resource to the University on educational effectiveness best practices.
- Promote a climate of inquiry among the LLU faculty where measuring educational effectiveness is understood and accepted.
- Coordinate the development of educational effectiveness sections of University accreditation reports, including WASC, AAA, etc.