College of the Redwoods Program Review Committee Summary As per its Mission

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Fiscal Year: 2011-12
College of the Redwoods
Program Review Committee Summary
As per its Mission, the Program Review Committee reviews Annual and Comprehensive Program Reviews to provide the foundation upon which the district
develops, identifies, and documents the direction of the prioritization of planning. Our objective is to provide an evaluative Executive Summary of each
program’s review for authors, Integrated Planning Committees, and the District.
Program Review Subject Area:
Digital Media
Program Review Authors:
Clyde Johnson
Area Administrator:
Jeff Cummings
Performance Indicators for Instructional Programs
1. Program Access/Demand
Enrollment Trends
FTES (Comprehensive reviews
Satisfactory
X
Job Availability (based on
labor market data)
Advisory Committee
Activities*
2. Program Resources
Full-time/Part-time FTE Ratio
X
NA
Committee Comments
Face to face courses good
X
only)
X
X
(Comprehensive reviews only)
Funding/Grant support
Unsatisfactory
X
There is no equipment repair and replacement budget; this is an ongoing problem;
this class is outside the IT rotation because of the higher technical requirements
3. Program
Efficiency/Productivity
There is an increase in fill rate for face to face. Pending: PRC checking the data for
online classes.
Fill Rate (at Census)
Program/Course Outcomes
Course Retention
Course Success
SLO assessment Schedule
PLO assessment Schedule
GE assessment
Other:
X
X
X
Face to face course success is good and increasing. Pending: Online course data check
Kudos
Kudos
X
Shows a success rate for Reading 360 of 67%, which is quite good. Student support satisfactory, but feel that student
advising can help with student success in this field. Need for a technology skill level process. Just a few courses need
updating at this time.
Process:
Completed Executive Summary forms will be sent to program review authors, who will have two weeks to provide feedback and corrections on errors of fact and/interpretation.
PRC will forward the summaries and author responses (if available) to the appropriate integrated planning committee, EMC and the IEC. Adopted by PRC April 29, 2011