Academic Profile/Process of Institutional Effectiveness (PIE)
PIEs is a system W&M has developed to document that we continually monitor and adjust what we do to effectively meet our goals within educational programs. PIEs reflect both a process and a profile of institutional effectiveness.
PIEs for educational programs focus on: (1) Expectations (a.k.a. Outcomes) – what faculties expect students to learn in the major, (2) Experiences – curricular experiences designed to address those expectations, (3) Assessments – assessments faculties conduct to measure the extent to which expectations are being met, and (4) Enhancements – changes based on assessments that are designed to enhance and improve student learning.
- Detailed Description
- Arts & Sciences Instructions & Timetable
- Schools of Business, Education, Law, & Marine Science – Contact [[drridl, Denise Ridley-Johnston]](1-2608)
For questions about PIEs, contact [[drridl, Denise Ridley-Johnston]] (1-2608), [[mvreyes, Mav Reyes]] (1-1648), or [[rmbryan, Roger Bryan]] (1-6225) in IAE.