NWIC Indirect Indicators
Assessment of indirect indicators of student learning is the systematic process of gathering, interpreting, and using information regarding student perceptions of their learning through, for example, surveys, focus groups, and interviews, for the purpose of improving student learning and the quality of academic programs.
Indirect indicators ask students to reflect on their learning. Survey results are posted below.
- 2017 Alumni Survey Report
- 2016 Community Needs Report
- 2016 Focus Group Reports (All Sites)
- Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) (2011 Key Findings) (2005 Key Findings) (Comparison between 2005 and 2011 benchmarks)
- Student Opinion Survey (ACT) (Spring 2003)
- Alumni Survey (1990 – 2003 graduates) Alumni Comments (2004)
- Teaching and Assessment Methods (does not include summary) (2003) Summary only
- Needs Assessment (2003) full report and Summary only
ACTIONS TAKEN BY NWIC AS A RESULT OF STUDENTS’ FEEDBACK
- Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) (Winter 2005)
- Student Opinion Survey (Spring 2003)
- Alumni Survey (1990 – 2003 graduates)
- Teaching and Assessment Methods (2003)