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Process")!""The instructor of each of the COE 305 lab, COE 344 lab, COE 399, COE 400, and COE 485 as well as each member of the examining committee of COE 399 and COE 350/351 is responsible for performing the following: Select a sample of students from their respective course Conduct the respective Rubrics using the selected sample of the students from the previous step Forward the results of the conducted Rubrics to the COE Assessment Committee (AC) The AC collects the various results of Rubrics associated with each COE program outcome, and accordingly calculates a weighted average, out of 4.0, for each COE program outcome Forward Rubrics summary results to the Undergraduate Committee (UC) to consider curriculum correction actions, if any From Rubrics point of view, a COE program outcome is declared to be achieved if the corresponding weighted average is 2.5 !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~Root EntrydO)9 Pictures9Current User.\SummaryInformation(PowerPoint Document(ІDocumentSummaryInformation8Talional Arab``_-a0"DGaramondal Arab``_-a0 DTimes New Roman``_-a00DWingdingsRoman``_-a0@DSymbolgsRoman``_-a0PDAlgerianRoman``_-a0R`DTraditional Arabic_-a0@0. @n?" dd@ @@``l O"$D˷WSQ "$0 jڴ&Q "$Ȫf)u AChzN"$P_bw0 00AA0@89ʚ;ʚ;g4NdNd_-a0rppp@<4dddd,))0`_<4BdBd,K*0`d___PPT10DDTimes New Roman``-a0DTraditional Arabic-a0 DArialional Arabic-a0" .@(Dr. Marwan Abu-Amara.___PPT9h`H?O =O:COE Rubrics Assessment Process* Dr. Marwan Abu-Amara 05/04/2008 OutlineWhat is a Rubric ? 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