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Learning Outcomes

What are Learning Outcomes?

 ​​​​​​​​A learning outcome is a statement about the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and abilities a student is expected to have upon successful completion of an academic activity. A learning outcome is expressed using active verbs and is stated in terms that make it measurable.

Shasta College currently assesses five types of learning outcomes; Course-Level Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs), Library Student Learning Outcomes, Student Services Student Learning Outcomes, Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs), and Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs). 

Please visit the Shasta College Learning Outcomes Resource Center for more detailed information and instructions on the application of learning outcomes at Shasta College.

Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (Library Room 234)

The CELT is a resource center that includes a lending library, meeting space, faculty workstation, large screen monitor, and educational technology assistance. The CELT workstation and library are accessible whenever the Shasta College Library is open and other times by appointment.  To reserve the CELT for a meeting, please contact Brianne Brichacek.