COM has student learning outcomes (SLOs) which are defined for all instructional and non-instructional courses. SLOs are developed by faculty within each program or discipline and they determine the appropriate methods of assessing SLOs, developing assessment tools, and analyzing data. Faculty will begin using eLUMEN to input and analyze SLO data in fall 2018.
Finding SLOs for course syllabi: Faculty can easily view the most up-to-date SLOs from the eLUMEN soon-to-be public-facing link: https://marin.elumenapp.com/public/ Please remember to click on the blue "Course Outline of Record" in the 3rd column to view SLOs.
SLO Assessment Schedules:
Courses are assessed a minimum of every three years, with departments creating these schedules. Assessment plans are available below as Word documents so that they can be updated as needed by individual departments.
- Behavioral Sciences
- Computer Information Systems
- Real Estate
- Auto Collision Repair Technology
- Automotive Repair Technology
- Administration of Justice
- Court Reporting
- Environmental Landscaping
- Machine Metals Technology
- Multimedia Studies
- Work Experience
Noncredit ESL (ESLN)
- Environmental Science
- Computer Science
- Ethnic Studies
- Political Science
- Social Science
Need help writing SLOs for a new course or revising your current ones? SLOAC can help! Contact your division representative and we can work with you.
Looking for the most current SLOs for your course? Course-level SLOs can be found on the Course Information web page:
- Go to the Course Information web page
Select the first letter of the course name, or
Enter a keyword and press the Search button to find all courses with a subject that begin with the keyword
Click on the course link, you will find the course-level SLOs under the "Expected Outcomes" section.