• Learning Outcomes Assessment 

  • Learning Outcomes

    Student learning outcomes promote student awareness of the learning process and give students a way to organize their learning for themselves and to communicate to others what they know and can do. Outcomes statements also provide a common language about learning for everyone involved in the learning process, a context for course or program design and revision, and a map for curricular and co-curricular assessment and change.
    – Adapted from the University of Washington’s statement of the “Purposes and Benefits of Student Learning Outcomes”

    Student learning outcomes identify:


    • what students should know as a result of learning experiences (cognitive domain)
    • what students should be able to do as a result of learning experiences (behavioral domain)
    • what students should value as a result of learning experiences (affective domain)


    Statements of learning outcomes should be student-focused and action-oriented (“When students complete our program, they will be able to…”).

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  • news

    All faculty and staff are invited to hear Hamline's vendor representative, Greg Thomas, speak about clickers created by TurningPoint which would allow professors to poll students in the classroom on Monday, July 14 at 11 a.m. in Giddens Learning Center Room 108W. 

    Mai Nhia Xiong-Chan will join Hamline’s Marketing and Enrollment team as director of undergraduate admission on Monday, July 7.

    The Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award Advisory Committee will accept applications for the 2014 Beckman Award until Tuesday, July 15.