Institutional Effectiveness District Committee
Purpose/Functions: The District Institutional Effectiveness Committee is a standing committee of the District Council that fulfills an advisory, monitoring and coordinating role regarding matters related to institutional effectiveness and data governance. The committee is to promote a culture of evidence and inquiry, in which relevant research and accurate data is developed and reviewed for district-level planning, research and institutional effectiveness purposes.
Functions include but are not limited to:Planning:· Provide advisory review of indicators or outcome measures used for district-wide planning and allocation purposes.· Review district-wide planning and evaluation processes (District Program Review) and monitor annual progress.Research:· Provide advisory review of the district wide research agenda that reflects the most critical needs of the District.· Provide advisory guidance on the development of data governance policies and procedures that support data quality, security, and user adoption.· Review and provide guidance on internal and external requests for research including Institutional Review Board (IRB).Institutional Effectiveness:· Review accreditation eligibility, accreditation standards and Commission facilitated through the district office in support of the Colleges.· Provide advisory review for District- activities.· Provide advisory review of the District-wide Survey Management Policy to be implemented by IESS and the Colleges resulting in evidence-based decision making, decreased survey fatigue, increased data quality and security, and alignment with institutional priorities.
Meeting Schedule: Fourth Tuesday of the month from 3:00-4:30 p.m. Meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For virtual meeting information, please email iess.sjeccd.edu