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A symposium for the academic programs and departments of Palau Community College (PCC) was held on Tuesday, January 06, 2015 and Wednesday, January 07, 2015 at the PCC Assembly Hall. It focused on the enhancement of student learning outcomes by highlighting the achievements, learning outcomes, requirements, and issues that are currently being faced by the programs and departments. In total, twenty-five (25) programs and departments participated in the symposium including the Student Life Division.
The student learning outcomes are a part of the Formulate, Assess, Measure, Evaluate, and Develop (FAMED) Process. By establishing student learning outcomes, the academic programs and departments can have a clear focus for each lesson and course. FAMED is the institutional assessment, planning, and implementation process that requires all governance structures (including those at academic and non-academic programs, departments, and program levels) to evaluate on a regular basis their services and overall effectiveness. By implicating the FAMED Process, PCC can develop its programs to better meet the needs of the students and community.
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