University Learning Outcomes Assessment
General Education Assessment Plan
The University Learning Outcomes (ULO) assessment plan informs course alignment, content, and pedagogy for undergraduate learners. The assessment model is a comprehensive four-year cycle that begins with evidence collection and includes developing plans for change, supporting faculty and staff development, and reviewing progress. In fact, Boise State’s program was recognized by the Association for General and Liberal Studies as an Exemplary Program in support of General and Liberal Education.
ULO Assessment Reports are provided to academic departments every four years. These reports can be included in periodic review of academic programs in addition to program learning outcomes data. Continue reading about Boise State’s ULO Assessment Plan…
(all reports reference learning outcomes rubrics)
2015-16 Library Skills Assessment Report (Critical Inquiry – ULO 3)
2015-16 Ethics and Diversity Assessment (ULO 5 & 6)