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Stage Management

by: Monty Collier

Stage Management THE 300

Monty Collier
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AND SUPPORTS AN AEEIRMATIvE celonels H05 Tennessee If Questions amp Answers EquotUpdateamp Institutional Research Helps University Chart Course EKU s Institutional Research of ce works behind the scenes to shed valuable light on a variety of issues that affect the University Director Dr Karen Carey talks about the of ce s role and how the research helps Eastern better serve its students Q2 What is Institutional Research A Basically we do research about the University Institutional research is responsible for providing the of cial university data to other of ces Part ofour role is to describe the institution accurately so that others can plan and make decisions IR people are usually involved in analyzing policy alternatives and in trying to identify the best case for a particular situation or decision Institutional research supports the planning and assessment processes of the University too by supplying impartial evidence of program or institutional effectiveness It39s not the academic research people normally think of but is specific to EKU and its environment Q2 How has your eld changed in the last few decades A Institutional researchers have always been interested in retention but in the 1950s and 3960s we assumed that when a student didn39t graduate it was some fault or behavior pattern of the students that caused them not to succeed Over time we39ve learned that39sjust one part of the picture and we need to look at the quality of the experience they have at college i the quality of teaching the curriculum even the satisfaction of alumni after they graduate When the public started questioning whether higher education was doing what it was supposed to do then institutional researchers were called upon to demonstrate the quality of the educational experience So we began doing evaluation studies more work on program review and became more involved in planning and policy analysis Today we still have to do all the descriptive evaluative and analytical kinds of research but we39re also expected to be proactive and anticipate problems We used to look at the data and see that there39s a pattern that maybe indicates there39s a problem But now data is available so much faster and this is a time where knowledge is the main currency so everyone needs more information and they need it to be more accurate and they need it quickly But being in institutional research is like being a highereeducation detective You get to use a wide range of research methods 7 statistical analysis surveys focus groups interviews environmental scanning and data management 7 to shed light on a variety of issues Q2 What are the primary responsibilities of Institutional Researc A We tend to be in the middle ofa lot of things and work with many other of ces on campus Some are very basic Every year we do a Fact Book that includes some of the statistics people requestmost often We distribute it to all the deans department chairs administrators librarians and anyone else who might need it We also put mostofthat information on ourWeb site wwwirekuedu so that people from within and outside the institution can access the informa tion We also respond to at least 40 external surveys each year Some of them are used for ranking purposes We also do several ofthe IPEDS surveys which are reports to the state and federal government We also produce a lot of internal reports that have to do with enrollment retention and success of students in developmental programs And we39re part ofAcademic Affairs so we support all the efforts of planning Every year we develop an Institutional Research notebook that we send to the deans and department chairs that has the most recent versions ofa lot of our standard reports like the enrollment by major the degrees awarded by major and a portrait ofthe graduating class I think doing that graduating class portrait for the rst time a few years ago was interesting in a couple ways It showed for one thing that almost 50 percent ofour graduates are transfer students and I don39t think we really knew that before For accountabile ity purposes we report the sixeyear graduation rate in foureyear programs but we learned that many of our students take eight or 10 years to graduate and it may be related to the fact that they have families responsie bilities and they39re going partitime Some ofour data analysis is what pointed out the fact thatwe have a large group of nontraditional students who have may have different needs in terms ofscheduling and curriculum We also get lots ofad hoc data requests from administrators and faculty We try to respond to all requests and it really helps ifpeople send me their requests in writing or in email Q2 What kind of research are you conducting now A We39re involved in providing data for academic programming review as well as for aspects of assessment Every year we conduct the surveys of re ect those of the 12 Wingspread Principles of ood Practice and Undergraduate Education a national highereeducation study group And now the survey addresses practices of teaching such as using groups and methods other than straight lectures which seemed to be the assumption in the past So it39s now useful to courses that involve practicum a lab or a lot of smallegroup discussions The IDEA can be used as a formative evaluation to give faculty information about how they can improve their teaching We39ll be working with EKU39s Teaching and Learning Center to identify areas the faculty may need to improve in so the center can offer workshops in those areas Q1 What have we learned about the quality of teaching at EKU from IDEA and other gt surveys f A We39ve done faculty member by name that39s an indicator of quality that you really can39t get at numerically but it does re ect something about how much they value the relationship they have with faculty mem ers Q2 What does your research tell us about students A We


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