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Assessment and Evaluation Committee
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Assessment and Evaluation Committee

Committee Chair:

James Ford, Rogers State University
Patricia Smith, University of Central Arkansas

 

ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS

 


Committee Charge 

The Assessment and Evaluation Committee shall:

  1. Coordinate and oversee activities of NCHC relating to honors evaluation and the assessment of honors programs.
  2. Train program reviewers for honors program consultations, assessments, and evaluations.
  3. In collaboration with the Publications Board, oversee the periodic updating and revisions of all NCHC publications relating to the evaluation of honors programs.
  4. Work closely with NCHC Conference Program Chair to coordinate workshops and sessions at the annual conference relating to honors evaluation and institutional accreditation issues.
  5. Develop or contribute information or articles to NCHC publications on evaluation and accreditation issues in honors.
  6. Report regularly in writing to the Board of Directors.
  7. Work to meet the goals and objectives of NCHC’s Mission Statement.  {October 2012}

Committee Resources

NCHC Recommended Program Reviewers
Program Review Training
Program Reviewer Update Form
Program Review Toolkit

Program Review Toolkit

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"Assessment and evaluation have always been important components of higher education in one form or another. There are many books and journals dedicated to established practices and processes, particularly the contribution that these make to student learning and to course, staff and institutional development. The National Collegiate Honors Council (hereafter NCHC) recognized the importance of assessment and evaluation from its inception in the 1960s. However, NCHC recognized that honors programs were unlike disciplinary departments. By 1970 the organization established a list of consultants mostly made up of directors of honors programs who were willing to assist other faculty and administrators in establishing an honors program as well as assisting programs develop evaluation tools specific to honors. Prior to that, honors programs followed the established procedures of their respective institutions."
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Guiding Principles for NCHC Approved Program R.pdf PDF (199.74 KB) Administration 1/11/2017
Sample Itinerary.pdf PDF (44.6 KB) Administration 1/11/2017
Honors Review Checklist-1 (2016).pdf PDF (198.97 KB) Administration 1/11/2017
Program Review Sample Report.pdf PDF (660.27 KB) Administration 1/11/2017
Annual Report Checklist-1.pdf PDF (78.64 KB) Administration 1/11/2017
A Practical Handbook for Assessment and Evalua.pdf PDF (1.22 MB) Administration 1/11/2017
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