Through a curricular design of showing competency by passing ExamSoft assessments, Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy found the data created was rich, but difficult to access and compile
See how enlisting Enflux to extract the rich data and convert it to variable information helped to determine curriculum effectiveness, identify gaps, and more.
When Dr. Gina Craft, Director of Assessment for the ULM College of Pharmacy, was tasked with managing the progress of the school’s 3-5 year strategic plan, she found the data management process in place was hit or miss.
See how the adoption of Enflux’s Strategic Plan feature helped Dr. Craft stay on top of strategic plan initiatives, save valuable time, and more.
With UTEP School of Pharmacy students required to participate in the Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment® (PCOA®) during professional years 1-3, the Associate Dean of Assessment created spreadsheets combining the school-level and student-level score reports (from NABP), per cohort, per year. It was a tedious and time consuming process, and communicating results was a challenge.
See how the combination of the PCOA dashboard and the Enflux platform saved valuable time, improved communication of results, and more.
As a new program, William Carey University’s School of Pharmacy was required to go through the ACPE accreditation process and evaluate co-curricular activities for each student. To do so, faculty had to go through the tedious process of submitting documents like rubrics and reflections manually into a cloud-based folder.
See how Enflux’s ActionPlan® dashboard helped William Carey University School of Pharmacy confidently navigate the ACPE accreditation process and efficiently evaluate co-curricular student activities.