Access is granted to these dashboards based on faculty/staff positions. If you think you need access, you’ll need to get approval from your supervisor and submit an IT Helpdesk ticket requesting access.
NSSE Longitudinal Dashboard
Purpose: This internal dashboard looks at university means of scoring in the NSSE survey, compares with like schools, general idea of how our students are engaged. Gives a range of data for NSSE data between different years.
Practical Uses: Provide to departments for them to see the dashboards instead of a spreadsheet. This is more user friendly for those who do not have spreadsheet experience.
End of Course (EOC) Survey Dashboard
Purpose: Every residential students receives an end of course survey. This dashboard displays the results for professors and courses.
Practical Uses: Average Ratings is most important for our office. This allows us to see if the target is met.
Level: Residential (there is an online version but it is not as robust)
Faculty Qualification Tool Dashboard
Purpose: To show that we have properly qualified faculty to teach courses.
Practical Uses: This shows us Active Faculty & Not Qualified (No Profile Setup), Courses with No Qualified Faculty, Faculty Assigned to Courses & Not Qualified, Active Faculty FHT – FPT Status.
Level: All Faculty
Purpose: The PLO and Program Review Dashboard provides a centralized location for general information about program learning outcomes (PLOs), program reviews, and syllabi review assessment schedules. Information is provided by school, department, format, program, academic year, etc. This database does not include results of assessments. To access actual program reviews or assessment designs and results, please go directly to Compliance Assist.
Practical Uses: Departments may use this dashboard to pull a comprehensive list of programs and PLOs, as well as assessment scheduling information by cluster cycle for PLO assessment and syllabi review or by program review date. The dashboard can also be used to find assessment scheduling information about a specific program or PLO.
Level: Undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate