Use of Student Learning Evidence
This component represents the extent to which evidence of student learning is used to identify areas where changes in policies and practices may lead to improvement, inform institutional decision-making, problem identification, planning, goal setting, faculty development, course revision, program review, and accountability or accreditation self-study.
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Publications on student learning
From authors Stephanie Hein & Carl Rigel:
- A systematic model for program evaluation and curricular transformation: A tale from the trenches.
- Hospitality industry professionals’ perceptions of the importance of content areas in the finance and accounting curriculum.
- Human resource and organizational management content in the hospitality curriculum: How the professionals view it.