eLumen

eLumen is a higher-ed, assessment and curriculum management system.  College of Marin will begin implementing it in the fall of 2018 allowing all student assessment progress to be tracked and stored digitally.   eLumen has been configured to fit the College Marin’s specific needs and goals. 

All student learning outcome assessment results for each course (CSLO) will be entered into the system by the faculty of record.  If faculty need assistance the Division Coordinator for their department can help input assessment results.  See the following list for Division Coordinators for your department:

Division Coordinators for COM are:

Dan Zaffran
Math and Sciences

Nancy Willet (Chair) and Yashica Crawford
Social and Behavioral Sciences, Health Education, ECE, BIS

Patty O’Keefe (Fall) / Cara Kreit (Spring)
English Skills, English, Humanities, Philosophy, Communication

Logan Wood (eLUMEN Data Steward)
Fine and Performing Arts, Kinesiology

Sandy Boyd and Cesar Pomajulca
Career Technical Education, Health Sciences

Marian Russell
ESL, World Languages & Cultures

 

Privacy

eLUMEN is designed to protect faculty privacy. Only faculty are able to see assessment results for their course and section. They can not view assessment results of any other courses. Staff and administration do not have log in credentials to see any course assessment results. If any faculty need assistance from their division coordinator with scoring, proxy settings are enabled so they will see the coordinators name on the opening log in page, alerting them that this person has access to see their assessment results.

Staff and managers do not have sufficient permission to view instructor courses in the instructional portion of eLumen and likewise, faculty do not have sufficient permission to view context and settings in the non-instructional portion of eLumen.

Click on the following links for guides on how to:

[Llinks to powerpoint or videos that will be completed by the end of the summer - provided by Cara/Logan]

  1. Login to eLumen
  2. Add an assessment
  3. Use a default assessment
  4. View scorecard results in graph form
  5. how to integrate with Canvas

Glossary

SLO Terminology Glossary