SLO Assessment

SLO Assessment Process

The Broadcast Electronic Media Arts department follows the CCSF assessment process as documented on the Outcomes Assessment Reporting website.

Our department-specific Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) assessment process is documented and described below in three sections that together make one complete and invaluable department: Instructional, Broadcast Media Services, and Educational Access Television

Department SLO Assessment Process
The Broadcast Electronic Media Arts Department faculty and staff have agreed on a consistent process to continually assess and improve our teaching and service outcomes. Details:

BEMA faculty are dedicated to maintaining the highest possible quality of education. Our Instructional SLO assessment process supports our students’ learning by continually assessing, examining, refining and re-assessing students’ achievement of each outcome. Faculty meet to discuss current assessments and data at least two times each academic year. Typically during department flex meetings and once at an SLO dedicated meeting.

BEMA is comprised of three symbiotic sections: Instruction, Broadcast Media Services and Educational Access Television. As a department, we offer 17 certificate programs. All these programs and sections have closed the loop on assessment and are in continual ongoing assessment at regular intervals on a rotating basis.

 

Instructional

MISSION

  • Teaching the history, the issues, and the impact of broadcasting and other electronic media in a global societal context, emphasizing media literacy as a key part of the development of critical thinking skills which form the cornerstone of a life-enriching liberal arts education.
  • Teaching the application of those analytical skills to the design and the creation of content for electronic media, focusing on writing, story-telling, teamwork, leadership, and preparation for further study at the university level.
  • Teaching audio, video, and performance craft skills that are consistent prerequisites for employment in the quickly evolving electronic media industry.
  • The comprehensive curriculum includes university transfer and career technology education programs in video production and editing, radio programming and operations, multimedia journalism, sound recording and design, live sound and convergent media production.
     

PROGRAM-LEVEL SLOs

Our programs are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes are updated and revised. Course SLOs are mapped to Program SLOs. Program SLOs are mapped to ILOs. Mappings and program information are recorded in reports in CurricUNET. Programs are also fully described in the catalog.
 

COURSE-LEVEL SLOs

Course-level SLOs are recorded in the official course outline of record in CurricUNET. Course outlines are on a regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and revised. 
 

   

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Broadcast Media Services

MISSION

Broadcast Media Services provides audio and video playback, production, distribution, format conversion, duplication services, and technical expertise to support instruction, student services, professional development, shared governance, performances, presentations, events and related college activities.

Service Level Outcomes

  • As a result of audio and video production services, the entire college community will be able to experience high quality media production and distribution for campus trainings, special events and lectures in support of instruction, student services, Educational Access Television, professional development, shared governance, performances and other College and District Activities.
  • As a result of their involvement in Broadcast Media Services, student interns will be able todemonstrate improved  hands-on professional career skills needed for employment in the entertainment, media and communications industries.
  • As a result of Broadcast Media Services equipment issue services, Broadcast Electronic Media Arts students will be able to practice and  improve hands-on technical skills required for employment in the entertainment, media and communications industries.
  • As a result of Broadcast Media Services delivery services, the entire City College community will be able to improve instruction in non-tech enhanced classrooms via provided media equipment as well as technical expertise and support for audio and video systems.
  • As a result of expertise provided by Broadcast Media Services engineers the entire Campus Community will be able to experience reliable video production and distribution technology enhancing instruction, documentation of campus events, and promotion of campus activities and events.

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Educational Access Television - Ch 27 & 75

MISSION

EATV's mission is to promote standards of excellence while providing imaginative and flexible educational programming to meet the changing needs of our diverse San Francisco community. We serve cable subscribers, residents of the city of San Francisco who view and are thus affected directly or indirectly by EATV's programming, and the San Francisco Community College and San Francisco Unified School District students, faculty, families, staff, administrators, and respective Boards.

Additionally, EATV's vision is to provide the highest value in educational access programming and related services to cable subscribers in the City of San Francisco. EATV serves a larger educational mission for San Francisco by providing information about community resources; by being an outlet for student video, film and multimedia productions; and by offering access to information and education to those who are physically challenged or housebound.

Service Level Outcomes

  • As a result of the services EATV-Ch 27 & 75 provide, San Francisco Unified and City College community members, and cable subscribers and residents will be able to access classes, college events, educational programs and professional development not offered elsewhere.
  • As a result of viewing cablecast and webcast educational programs through EATV-Ch 27 & 75, San Francisco Unified and City College community members, cable subscribers, and residents will be able to demonstrate improved basic skills and English as a Second Language.
  • As a result of EATV-Ch 27 & 75 services, San Francisco Unified and City College community members, and cable subscribers and residents will be able to be better informed about City College of San Francisco instructional programs and services, arts and lectures, and decision making process.
  • As a result of involvement in EATV-Ch 27 & 75, student interns will be able to demonstrate improved hands-on professional career skills needed for employment in the entertainment, media and communications industry.
  • As a result of EATV’s services, City College students and instructors have an outlet for their creative and educational work.

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