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A student learning outcome (SLO) indicates what students should be able to demonstrate or produce as a result of what they learn. SLOs provide an outline for the session and identifies the main concepts for student comprehension and retention
Good SLO Characteristics
The following list includes characteristics of good Student Learning Outcomes.
Focuses on what students will learn/know/be able to do
Describes actions & behaviors
Are results oriented
Are observableand measurable
Include a time frame
Uses Bloom's Taxonomy
Student Learning Outcomes Formula - Diane Harvey
As a result of teaching method, students will be able to action verbproduce/process.
As a result of the instruction session, students will be able to find and retrieve relevant articles.
As a result of the video tutorial, students will be able to identify a popular and scholarly article.
As a result of the consultation, the student will be able to summarize the purpose of the main library links/tools.