What is the role of basic status data in the audit assessment
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What role does the Basic State of Teaching and Learning database in higher education play in the audit assessment?
The database itself is both an integral part of the teaching and learning assessment system, and at the same time provides a fundamental support role for assessment visits throughout the audit assessment.
Before entering the school, the school completes the accumulation of data and information by filling in the data on the basic status of teaching and learning to comprehensively and systematically sort out the teaching activities and provide supporting materials for writing the Self-Assessment Report. At the same time, the school's teaching and learning activities can be reproduced in the database in a comprehensive and digital manner, and the school no longer has to prepare a large amount of textual materials for the assessment, which effectively reduces the workload of the school during the evaluation phase. The experts can then use the Data Analysis Report, which is based on the status data, to understand the basic situation of the school, determine the focus and difficulties of the visit, and make the visit to the school more efficient and targeted.
In addition, the database provides experts with objective and systematic data on the state of the school, and experts can obtain a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the school by consulting the raw data in the database at any time during the assessment process, reducing the intensity of the inspection work. At the same time, the data and field visits mirrored each other and provided the experts with a factual and data basis for writing the assessment report, making the experts' judgement more systematic and scientific.