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Thursday, January 9 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Sprinting toward SLOs – Student Learning Outcomes in Student Affairs Work

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The national context increasingly requires student affairs units to identify the ways in which their work contributes to student learning in the institutional context, and practitioners have been challenged to measure the impact of their work, demonstrated in metrics that were not common in past practice. To that end, institutions across the country have been working to develop, implement, and measure student learning outcomes across divisions of student affairs. In Spring 2019, University Life took on the challenge of developing and implementing Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for the division through a “sprint team” process and an accelerated exploration. This session will present information on the compelling national context for the use of SLOs, the institutional and divisional approach Mason and UL are utilizing, and hands-on activities about how to put SLOs into practice in the work of a unit.

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Speakers
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Dr. Creston Lynch

Associate Dean, University Life
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Dr. Sally Lorentson

Associate Dean, University Life
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Elysia Lash (she/her)

Interim Director, University Life Assessment



Thursday January 9, 2020 10:45am - 11:45am
Johnson Center, Room C

Attendees (6)