Reporting Program Learning Outcomes with Campus Labs Planning
The Campus Labs Planning tool facilitates the university’s compliance with The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and other accreditors’ program assessment requirements, and internal program improvement efforts, by allowing the Provost’s office, program chairs, faculty, and administrations to track program assessment efforts.
What is Campus Labs Planning?
Campus Labs Planning is an assessment management system that allows academic programs and the University to keep track of program efforts to report their methods of academic assessment. Campus Labs Planning allows programs to enter and keep track of annual program assessment reports, compare them over time and export them, as well as to track which reports still need to be submitted. Faculty and administrators can collaborate on assessment reports and project and share departmental plans for assessing learning outcomes over time.
Campus Labs Planning provides prepared formats so that instructors do not have to create their reports from scratch.
Campus Labs Planning provides a universal system for program evaluation, greatly enhancing the possibilities for feedback and improvement.
Campus Labs Planning is designed to simplify the program assessment process. No special training is required to use this software.
Support for Campus Labs Planning
Monty Kaplan in the Digital Learning & Innovation manages the technology side of the Campus Labs Planning tool, along with Roland Jaeckel and Amod Lele.
For assistance with Campus Labs Planning, you can:
- Submit a Help Ticket by writing to email@example.com
- Contact EdTech by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call (617)358-8635
- Stop by our offices at 141 Bay State Road
For information about BU’s accreditation process contact Gillian Pierce, Director of Learning Assessment in the Office of the Provost.