Handbook for Self-Study Report Writers

Spring
1998
Resolution Number: 
02.02
Contact: 
Category: 
Accreditation
Status: 
Completed

Whereas self-study reports are often written by faculty, and

Whereas a significant amount of time and expertise is required to develop an effective self-study report, and

Whereas no guidelines currently exists for those engaged in this important task,


Resolved that the Academic Senate urge districts to provide adequate reassigned time and other necessary support to faculty assigned to developing and editing self-study reports, and

Resolved that the Academic Senate, with approval of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, develop a document that will provide guidance to developers and editors of self-study reports.

Summary: 
Urge districts to provide adequate reassigned time and other necessary support to faculty assigned to developing and editing self-study reports, and, with approval of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, develop a document that will provide guidance to developers and editors of self-study reports.
Status Report: 

Working with the 2002 Accreditation Standards: The Faculty's Role
Spring 2005 Standards and Practices Committee Addressed in the paper Agents Of Change: Examining The Role Of Student Learning Outcomes And Assessment Coordinators In California Community Colleges and in Rostrum Articles. Coupled and completed with S07 2.02.