This short clip demonstrates a way to visualize a student's progress through the degree by using the "Oregon Spidergraph." Faculty in Oregon originated this application of the DQP. The spidergraph shows how each student is progressing in the five dimensions of learning profiled by the DQP. It's elegant and easy to understand. The BAAS program has made it a practical tool for students and faculty.
The last segment extends the creative and flexible use of the DQP so that you can see how it might guide student transfer (or transition from one institution to another), or how it can help with inter-institutional program alignment. You'll also see suggestions for using the DQP within a single program.
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