Welcome to the New Outcomes Assessment Website!
Whether you are faculty, staff, students, or just curious about assessment, we hope that you will find our assessment resources to be valuable.
At Long Beach City College, our assessment philosophy embraces the notion that the entire campus contributes to students’ mastery of institutional outcomes and learning outcomes in every course, degree, certificate, and educational pathway. Our faculty and staff recognize that student learning requires more than mere memorization of information and they work hard to ensure that students utilize their command of this information to solve problems, demonstrate skills, and think critically about what they have learned.
Faculty and staff at Long Beach City College are committed to thinking critically about how students learn and how each component of the college influences the learning process and subsequently, student success. Our outcomes assessment process stimulates discussion among faculty members and directs activities that can improve instructional delivery and support systems.
Check Out Our Latest Accomplishments!
The Aesthetics and Creativity General Education Outcome results have been analyzed! In December 2014 the ASLO subcommittee reviewed the final results report and the committee members plan to take actions based on the results in Spring 2014. Check out the full report here: Aesthetics and Creativity GEO Results Report
In July 2014, the National Institute for Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) featured our updated Outcomes Assessment Website as their Assessment Website of the Month. LBCC's outcomes assessment website was recognized for its "centralized assessment repository" and our website was commended for offering an "array of resources intended to guide visitors through each step of the outcomes assessment loop." Interested in what else NILOA had to say about our website? Take a look here!
Preliminary CCSSE results are in for our general education outcomes! Further analyses will be conducted by the Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Subcommittee during the 2014-15 academic year, but for now the student responses to each question have been compiled into an easy-to-read report: CCSSE Preliminary Results 2014 - Concise Version.