Assessment Support

Several departments of UCF support institutional, program and classroom assessment processes throughout the University. Several national and international accrediting organizations also provide assistance for the development of assessment plans. All these are listed below with their contact information and their areas of specialization:

DEPARTMENT AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
CL1, Room 207
407-823-3544
fctl@ucf.edu
http://www.fctl.ucf.edu

Classroom Assessment Plans and Tools
Program Assessment Plans and Tools

Operational Excellence and Assessment Support (OEAS)
PVL 225
407-882-0275
oeas@mail.ucf.edu
http://www.oeas.ucf.edu

Benchmarking and Comparative Resources
Process analysis
Program assessment plans
Survey and statistical support

Divisional Review Committees
Located in each College

Preparation and Review of Program Assessment Plans

University Assessment Committee
PVL 225
407-882-0275
oeas@mail.ucf.edu
http://www.oeas.ucf.edu

Oversight of Institutional Effectiveness processes

Institutional Research
PVL 215
407-823-5061
http://ikm.ucf.edu/

Provide, analyze and interpret institutional data

National/International Accrediting Bodies
https://apq.ucf.edu/accreditation/
https://oeas.ucf.edu/assessmentsupport.html

Establish criteria/standards for planning and assessment and conduct program or institutional reviews

Office of Research
OTC 302
407-823-3778
IRB@mail.ucf.edu
http://www.research.ucf.edu

Institutional Research Board Compliance Information and Oversight

Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness (RITE)
LR 118
407-823-5478
https://cdl.ucf.edu/research/

Research design
Survey test construction and administration
Data analysis and interpretation
Results provided in publication quality format

In addition to the information included here, we invite you to participate in events focused on Assessment listed in our calendar and to contact the Faculty Center for additional assistance.

 

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