RCampus Competency Matrix is a powerful tool for collection, organization and aggregation of evidence and evaluation. With RCampus Competency Matrices, the entire process of creation, submission and evaluation of evidence of competency is easily and efficiently completed within a single system that is tightly aligned with standards, outcomes, requirements and objectives.
RCampus Matrices are completely customizable through the user-interface, and can be used to collect documents, evaluate them using rubrics, and analyze the work. Results of Matrix assessments can be used for reporting purposes as well as to support the enhancement of specific initiatives.
For example, vast amounts of student work and assessment data are automatically aggregated in matrices to provide administrators with efficient access to summary and detailed data over courses, departments and programs. RCampus Matrices facilitate organization and collection of institutional learning outcomes to meet accreditation needs.
Each matrix is fully customizable and each matrix cell can contain multiple standards/guidelines, rubrics, documents, assessments, etc. that can be accessed by a group of evaluators.
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- Matrix Builder and Gallery
- Collection and Structuring of evidence and assessments
- Advanced Communication
- Multi-level Assessments
- Reports and Analytics
NOTE: Matrices are available to institutions and organizations through RCampus Enterprise Edition.
What is a Matrix
A matrix is a two-dimensional structure for organization and assessment of competency.
Matrix Sample Uses
- For accreditation
- Faculty evaluation
- Peer evaluation
- Proposal evaluation
- Process evaluation
- Compliance monitoring
iRubrics is a great platform which allows academic programs to align assessment rubrics with school and university wide Learning Goals and Aims. Tagging an entire rubric or even a specific item in a rubric matrix with an aligned Learning Goal (or Goals) makes this tool extremely powerful and flexible when it comes to reporting on a granular level or in aggregate (e.g. by school, degree program, by department over multiple programs, etc…) . Having the ability to copy a previous year’s assessment to a the next year also saves time and effort.
- Salvatore A. Lenzo, MBA, PMP, Director, Information Systems, Sellinger School of Business, Loyola University Maryland