institutional learning objectives

Map Your Program Student Learning Outcomes to Institutional Learning Objectives

This workshop will help undergraduate programs complete the new question on the annual assessment report that asks them …

This poster presents undergraduate assessment results for critical thinking, information literacy, quantitative reasoning, and written communication based on a 2015-2016 qualitative review, led by the Assessment Office, of WASC-defined core competencies using the VALUE Rubrics and the expertise of instructional faculty from across campus. These results are presented as baseline data as well as the jumping off point for faculty and administrators regarding discussions about how to ensure all students graduate with the knowledge and skills we intend them to have. Suggestions for utilizing the findings toward improvement as well as next steps are discussed.

The Institutional Learning Objectives and Undergraduate Assessment

This poster presents undergraduate assessment results for critical thinking, information literacy, quantitative reasoning, and written communication based on …

The purpose of this poster is to describe for faculty, staff and students what the ILOs are, why they are important and how faculty can help implement the ILOs. This poster details the ILOs, differentiates ILOs from SLOs and PLOs, and describes how ILOs and assessment fit into the unique context of the Mānoa campus.

Institutional Learning Objectives (ILOs): Shaping the Mānoa experience, adding meaning, quality and integrity to the Mānoa undergraduate degree

The purpose of this poster is to describe for faculty, staff and students what the ILOs are, why …

2009 Committee on Institutional Educational Objectives

Update: the Senate passed undergraduate learning objectives in 2012, various assessment projects have been completed on the undergraduate …