In order to create culture of inquiry, we would like to present this website to you. You will find research done by faculty, staff, and/or administrators. You will also find basic institutional research reports that can support your programs.
|Educational Master Plan||Distance Education Plan||Student Equity Plan|
|Strategic Enrollment Plan||Program Review||Student Characteristics|
|Employee Characteristics||Data Dashboard||Student Success Scorecard|
|Accreditation Reports||Other Routine Reports||Survey Reports|
|State Student Equity Plan||Student Success Support Plan|
1.1.1. Office of Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) supports the College SLO Task Group, faculty, and staff to (a)develop and refine institutional SLOs (b)identify appropriate methods for assessing institutional SLOs,(c) examine the results of SLO assessments, and (d) develop strategies for improving the process of assessing SLOs when it is appropriate.
1.1.2. PRIE supports members of the campus community in their efforts to conduct assessments using defined measures and to catalog the results of those assessments.
1.1.3. PRIE supports members of the campus community to develop methods for examining the results of the assessments.
1.1.4. PRIE supports members of the campus community to make needed changes in the College SLOs, assessment measures, curricula, and services.
Report (Assessment Manual)
PRIE provides College wide/Institutional student learning outcomes (ILO) reports each year.
PRIE supports Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) reports when needed each year.
PRIE supports Course Learning Outcomes reports when needed each year.
(District Strategic Plan Recommendation 3.1c: Strengthen course offerings, services and workplace opportunities that prepare students for the demands of the contemporary workforce. (Enrollment Strategic Plan))
1.2.1. PRIE assists to evaluate students’ needs for course offerings (e.g., online, day/evening, block schedule, length of time, pathway)
2.1.4. PRIE provides high school principals and superintendents with an annual report detailing how their former students have performed at Cañada College.
2.3.2. PRIE supports the assessment of new student orientation annually.
2.3.3. PRIE supports the assessment of student orientation, placement, counseling, and course taken success annually.
2.4.3. PRIE assesses the success of students in completing pathways and persisting to the next semester.
2.6.1. PRIE assists the identification of key gatekeeper courses and monitors course success before and after a strategy implementation.
2.6.2. PRIE assists with the identification of unit thresholds for interventions (e.g., 30 earned units triggers services; certain size gap between attempted and earned units triggers visit).
2.3.3. PRIE provides data needed to examine the effect of the college’s efforts to increase student completion. (This data includes the number of degrees and certificates awarded annually, units earned at time of completion, number of students with high unit loads who have not earned degrees or certificates, number and proportion of students who have met their educational goal, etc.).
2.11.4. PRIE provides data needed for the examination of the effect of the college’s efforts to increase student transfer. (Work with transfer center)
2.12.1. PRIE publishes “dashboard data” (Benchmark Report) on success rates of students, including analysis of demographics annually (fall).
2.12.2 PRIE develops and implements a plan for the use of the “dashboard data” throughout the college.
PRIE provides Benchmark Report annually to the College on institution-set standards for student performance, encourage dialogues, and support appropriate change to increase student performance.
3.1.4. Produce the high school report to assist the community connections effort for concurrent high school characteristics, high school graduates placement reports, and high school origin report annually. (Same as EMP 2.1.4)
4.2.1. PRIE provides data needed by the International Student Educational Program.
PRIE provides data and analysis related to online course offerings and enrollment to allow planning for future offerings. PRIE collaborates with deans and faculty to ensure planning and scheduling allow growth as indicated by the data review.
The office of PRIE supports the examination of student demand for online education. This includes providing statistics regarding existing enrollment patterns, developing instruments to assess student satisfaction with or interest in online education, etc.
PRIE provides data on student course retention and success in online, hybrid and face-to-face courses by semester.
The DE committee provides data to PRIE by working with student services to continue monitoring usage of the online orientation, online counseling services, online library services, online tutoring, etc. to ensure access for our students.
(Related to the District Strategic Plan Recommendation 1.2b: Develop a holistic diversity framework that supports the access and success of diverse student populations, promotes institutional vitality and viability, and serves all students equitably.)
PRIE provides data on HSI status annually.
PRIE provides report on Black and White students needed by the Student Equity Plan.
PRIE provides course success rate report by ethnic groups and facilitate the data dialogue to support the development of programs and activities.
PRIE also monitors the success rate for Black students to determine progress in meeting the goals stated in the SE Plan objective 2.1c. (The increase of 1% per year in success rate for Black students)
PRIE provides fall to spring persistence data, disaggregated by educational goals and by ethnicity.
(Special focus on Black students as stated in the SE Plan Objective 3.1a).
PRIE studies the course enrollment patterns of Filipino and Asian students as well as the course success and persistence rates.
PRIE provides completion information in degree and certificate programs with special focus on Hispanic, male, Black, and Filipino students as stated in the SE Plan Objective 4.1, in addition, to assist the development of a clear pathways to completion plan.
PRIE provides course success rate in basic skills/ESL as well as Black students who are in basic skills/ESL.
PRIE provides information on ESL students move into academic and vocational classes each year and compare with 2010.
PRIE provides program review data packet which include students’ course retention and success by various ethnicity groups, as well as by basic skill, transfer, and CTE courses.
PRIE works with student services division and study alternative mechanisms for placing students into Basic Skills or transfer level Math and English, may include high school GPA, transcripts in junior and senior math and English, the Common Core Curriculum, SAT scores, AP success.
PRIE works with student services division and basic skills committee on preparing and implementing a pilot study of a substantial cohort of students who would benefit from alternative placement mechanisms and innovations in basic skills curriculum and pedagogy.
PRIE provides the Enrollment Report to the Cabinet at the beginning of each semester.
PRIE provides enrollment data on current high school student, including Middle College High School.
PRIE support and provide enrollment data on international students.
See Student Equity Plan, Basic Skills Plan, and DE Plan.
PRIE and DEAC monitor DE course success rates and support the research on understanding why DE students are not successful.
PRIE support the research on identifying the percentage of high school graduates that directly enter four-year institutions, bypassing the community college, and the percentage that are not pursuing any form of higher education.
PRIE provides enrollment data for evening and weekend course offerings.
PRIE support the research on identifying the lifelong learning needs of the greying population.
PRIE provides data from CTE launch board and labor markets database.
PRIE provides data on summer/fall application to orientation.
PRIE provides data on summer/fall application to registration.
PRIE provides data on spring/summer orientation to registration.
PRIE provides Program Review Data Packet each September for programs to prepare their program review process/report.
PRIE provides support to the Administrative Services Program Review each year.
PRIE provides support to the Student Services Program Review each year.
PRIE provides Student Characteristics Report for fall and spring at the beginning of each semester.
PRIE works with the Office of Human Resources or Business Office to provide a College employee characteristics report.
PRIE provides training on the utilization of the Cañada College Data Dashboard to all College administrators, faculty, and staff.
PRIE provides the Cañada Student Success Scorecard Report to the Cabinet in April of each year.
PRIE works with senior leaders to provide accreditation related routine reporting (i.e., Annual Report).
PRIE provides data based on the following ACCJC Achievement requirement.
PRIE provides routine reporting related to local, state, and federal (i.e., IPEDS) agencies.
PRIE provides routine survey reporting related to local, state, and federal agencies.
PRIE provides support on the completion of the Student Equity Plan.
PRIE provides support on the completion of the Student Success Supports Program Plan.
These reports based on objectives from various plans are communicated through the following methods:
The outcomes of utilizing these reports will be demonstrated in the Strategic Plan Progress Report, the Educational Master Plan Progress Report, and college’s various plans progress reports, in terms of how people make changes in their strategies to improve student success.