On Campus Professional Development
elumen 5.7 training | fall 2015
Step-by-Step Basics to help you enter data into eLumen (PDF) - include find assessments, create assessments, score students and respond to a section
The new version of eLumen has been launched! Training will continue in the fall semester and
is role specific. There will be two types of trainings:
- Faculty Role - everyone should attend this!
- Program Coordinator Role - see specific role definition below*
- Course/Context Coordinator - I will work with specific areas to get this training
Each assigned course instructor has immediate access to his or her course sections.
There they can select distributed assessments or create (and share) their own assessments,
and assess student work using these assessments. Faculty can access the Course Report Set with data from their assigned courses and contexts.
Pre-register for a session through the myHancock professional development for these Faculty Role sessions:
- FALL DATES TBD
- Contact Jennie if you need assistance this summer!
Program Coordinator Role*
A program coordinator can manage the assessment process for his or her program, including
setting up and distributing assessments to courses, and generating appropriate reports.
Program Coordinators have access to Action Plans/Course Improvement Plans, SLOs and
Assessments, Courses & Org, and Reports.
- More dates will be scheduled in Fall 2015!
- Contact Jennie if you need training sooner!
Course/Context Coordinator Role
Course/Context Coordinators can create Action Plans or CSLOs for their course/context.
slos & assessment training | fall 2015
Have questions about student learning outcomes or course/context assessments? Need
to update your mapping form or develop new assessments to better measure your outcomes?
These questions and more can be answered!
One-on-one SLOs and Assessment training is available in the fall semester, at your
convenience. For information or to schedule training, contact Jennie Robertson, Liz West (Academics) or Juanita Tuan (Student Services).
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