About The Annual Report System
The University's Annual Report System is designed to facilitate and connect the processes of reporting annual achievements and activities, establishing and monitoring progress toward goals, and preparing and submitting resource requests for all organizational levels. The process launches in mid-spring of each year, with cascading reports submitted to academic and administrative leadership during the summer months. Key points are established for interdepartmental review and discussion, taking what is captured within documents off the page and directly into decision making activities.
An important part of this process is the ability for departments to link their plans and resource requests directly to the University's strategic plan, strategic planning principles, and institutional learning outcomes. Aligning departmental, college, and divisional progress related to these institutional goals helps us to measure and inform our institutional improvement and effectiveness.
In collaboration with the Information Technology division, the Office of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness recently launched a new online tool to replace the longstanding electronic Annual Report System. Based on prior assessments, the new design and process retain key components related to planning, resource requests, and other aspects of institutional renewal, while addressing needed improvements, all offered through a refreshed design. The system is the collection point for academic program assessment reporting.
The resulting process serves as an important tool, and archival resource, in furthering and demonstrating our collective work in supporting the mission and goals of the University. The reporting process is managed conjointly by the Office of Planning, and the Office of Institutional Reporting and Data Analytics.
Access the Annual Report System via the my.scranton portal (my.scranton log in credentials required)
For More Information
Faculty - Questions about Academic Program Assessment/Learning Outcomes Assessment Reporting? Contact the Office of Educational Assessment (OEA): email@example.com
Technical Issues? Contact the Technology Support Center: firstname.lastname@example.org