Outcome (g) Data Spring 2013

 

Author: E. Sonnier                                                                                Semester: SP 13

 

Performance Indicator

1

beginning

2

satisfactory

3

exemplary

Given a case study, analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals. (assessed with online discussion and report)

Lack of awareness of the differences computing may have on individuals locally versus globally. No reflection on the changes computer technology brings to peoples of different classes, ethnicities, or nations

Recognition that computing technology effects different demographic groups variously, but little explanation of the consequences of these effects.

Organized articulation of how computer technology effects individuals locally versus globally. Reasonable projections as to how resultant social inequities might be addressed.

Number of Students

 0

 5

 46

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students

Given a case study, analyze the local and global impact of computing on organizations. (assessed with online discussion and report)

No indication of the effects of computer technological innovation has on organizational culture

An acknowledgement of the effects of computer technological innovations have on an organizational culture, with some consideration of constructive or harmful effects.

An organized expression of the effects of computer technological innovation with an evidence-based account of constructive and harmful effects.

Number of Students

 0

 0

 51

 

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students 

Out of 51 students

Given a case study, analyze the local and global impact of computing on society. (assessed with online discussion and report)

No indication of the effects computer technological innovation on societal structures, either locally or globally.

Some analysis of the effects computer technological innovation on societal structures, locally or globally, but little or no conceptual understanding of the changes brought to society.

A well-organized and evidence-based account of the changes that computer technology brings to society, locally and globally, with some account of its strengths and weaknesses.

Number of Students

0

2

49

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

 

The OAR recommendation can be find here.