Creating a Culture that Focuses on Enhancing Student Learning
The broad topic “Creating a Culture
that Focuses on Enhancing Student Learning,” identified by
Central Texas College (CTC) for its QEP, stemmed from the synthesis of strategic planning,
institutional research, and ongoing QEP Core Committee and Leadership Team collaborations.
Current institutional process findings were analyzed; and these, together with CTC’s accelerated
growth and expansion efforts, provide the institutional context for the development of the plan
and its six goals. Because of the complexity of providing necessary infrastructure to implement
and maintain the QEP at worldwide locations, CTC’s QEP is implemented in three phases
following an established timeline for the implementation and completion of each phase. When
the third phase is reached, all components of the college, regardless of location, will be involved in
the QEP process.
Appropriate physical and financial resources have been allocated for each
phase, and Dr. Sharon Pate, Director, Learning Outcomes
Assessment manages the QEP with oversight responsibility assigned
to Dana Watson, Dean, Instructional and Accreditation Support Services (IA)
and ultimate responsibility with the Chief Academic Officer.
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