ASU to Announce The Big Idea for its QEP Topic
April 25, 2011
The announcement represents completion of the first step in a three-year process to develop a QEP as part of ASUs reaccreditation process. In August 2010, the Quality Enhancement Plan Development Committee (QEPDC) began gathering input from constituents on campus and in the community through multiple formats, asking, Whats Your Big Idea? The topic had to focus on improving relevant, practical student learning outcomes. The QEPDC then issued a call for proposals from teams of faculty, staff and students.
With the results now in, a QEP topic has been approved for development. The topic will be further developed and then implemented in coming years as the centerpiece of ASUs re-accreditation efforts. The ultimate goal is to impact student learning in significant and positive ways.
Much work lies ahead, Carter said. We have two years of research and development, piloting an implementation strategy, and finalizing a document for submission. Once the topic is reviewed and approved for full implementation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges in the spring or summer of 2013, we plan to begin implementation that fall.