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Updates from the SLO Coordination Team - Fall 2016

August 19, 2016


Dear College Community;


As of this week, 95% of CRN-level SLO reports for Spring, 2016 have been submitted.  You can view Spring 2016 Assessment Statistics by going to the SLO Website and clicking on the link (under Reporting).  So far we have achieved >95% reporting each semester since the implementation of CurricUNET!  


Onward to Fall!  If you would like help identifying your SLOs, developing meaningful assessment instruments or planning fall assessment, SLO Coordinators are holding drop-in hours in the TLC in Batmale Hall beginning next week.  Please refer to the TLC training calendar to view drop-in times (typically Tuesdays and Fridays).


The Academic Senate SLO Committee is open to all CCSF faculty and staff and has unlimited membership.  We would love to have you join us in supporting assessment at CCSF.  You can read about our committee and our Fall meeting schedule on the SLO Website.   Our first meeting is this Monday in MUB 250 at 12.  Bring your lunch and come join us!!!


Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)


August 12, 2016


Dear College Community;


Welcome back!  The Fall semester is upon us!  A few reminders as your classes get underway:

  • If you still have not completed Spring 2016 CRN-Level SLO submissions, you can still do so.  Not sure if your submissions are complete?  A spreadsheet containing a list of unsubmitted Spring '16 reports can be found under "Reporting" on theSLO Website.
  • Need help getting your Spring or Summer submissions in? Summer SLO submissions are optional, but the data they provide is valuable and we encourage submission.   SLO Coordinators will be providing drop-in lab support all semester in the Technology Learning Center in Batmale Hall.   Support will typically be every Tuesday from 2:15-3:15 (Craig Kleinmnan) and Friday from 11-1 (Sheri Miraglia).   You can view the TLC Calendar to find out when Assessment Support is available (as well as all of the other great training opportunities offered by the TLC staff!).
  • Have you met with your course coordinator(s) to discuss which SLOs you will be assessing and what assessments you will be using?  (If you are the only instructor for a course, you are by default the course coordinator!).  If you need any help planning assessments for the semester, please drop by a help lab or email

The SLO Coordinators would like to extend our appreciation to Mandy Liang who has left her role as Student Services SLO Coordinator to serve as Academic Senate President.  We also want to thank Dora Dye who has shifted over from SLO support to provide CurricUNET administrative support. 


More updates regarding professional development opportunities for the Fall Semester are forthcoming.  In the meantime, we wish you a great start to your semester!


Best regards;

Sheri Miraglia and Craig Kleinman (SLO Coordinators)