Abstract—The purpose of this research is to analyze the
effectiveness of the Evaluation Committee and verify its impact
in the years 2016 and 2017, based on the perception of teachers,
students and administrative technicians of a Higher Education
Institution of Tocantins (IES). A quantitative survey was
carried out, with the application of questionnaires with closed
questions and multiple choice contemplating the dimensions
Mission and Institutional Development Plan; Teaching;
Educational Organization and Management; Infrastructure;
Communication with Society; Self-assessment; Research;
Extension and Culture; Student-care Policies; Staff and Career
Policies; Evaluation and Planning. The research revealed that
the Institute is seen as regular, in general, because according to
the view of the surveyed, the CPA did not achieve effective
results during the observed years in comparison to the study
done in the years of 2015-2016 that pointed out that IES has
good concept to their audiences, different from the results
obtained from this study. It was concluded that many
improvements need to be made and management should
prioritize the evaluation instruments developed.
Index Terms—Self-assessment, evaluation committee, higher education institution.
The authors are with Federal University of Tocantins, Master of Science and Health Education, Palmas, Brazil (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Vinícius I. Oliveira, Aline D. S. de Carvalho, Layala C. da S. Istofel, and Cláudia P. Orquiza e Gentil V. Barbosa, "Effectiveness of the Evaluation Committee in a Higher Education Institution of Tocantins," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 8, no. 12, pp. 889-896, 2018.