We view evaluation as a way to learn how to do our work better as educators and strengthen educational quality. Evaluation provides an opportunity and system to continuously communicate, understand, and reflect on how we are doing and take action based on concrete evidence. It is not an addendum nor a discrete process, but an integral part of our programs to monitor, strengthen, and advocate educational quality while being responsive to changing circumstances. We encourage faculty members to actively engage in evaluation planning and use evaluation data for making program decisions.
Find here the most recent LLL Program Review and additional resources for all types of program reviews, assessments, reports, and surveys covering the range from LLL-internal instruments to general assessment and evaluation links (both UHM and external).
- LLL Program Review LLL conducts a Program Review every five years.
- Mānoa Institutional Learning Objectives for Undergraduate Students There is a specific set of essential abilities and values for our undergraduate students to achieve before they graduate.
- LLL-Specific Data This is a collection of LLL-generated data useful for completing a program review.
- General Resources Find University system resources and useful system-external links.
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