Student Learning Outcomes

eLumen Instructions: Discipline Coordinator

If you are logging into eLumen for the first time, access the site at https://laspositas.elumenapp.com using Chrome (Chrome is the preferred browser for eLumen), and click Forgot Password. Enter your username, which is the first letter of your first name, followed by your last name (example: gwashington). Enter your college email address, then click Request. Check your college email account, and follow the instructions to log in.

Creating SLOs

Only the discipline coordinator can create course SLOs. To begin, make sure your role of Discipline Coordinator is showing in the drop-down next to your name and that your discipline is showing. On the right, choose the correct term.

  1. Click SLOs & Assessments.

    Click SLOs & Assessments.

  2. Scroll to the course to which you want to add an SLO, and click Add CSLO (the "C" stands for course).

    Scroll to the course to which you want to add an SLO, and click Add CSLO (the "C" stands for course).

  3. Type in your SLO. Begin it with "Upon completion of (course name and number...example HUMN 6), the student should be able to...). When finished, click Save.

    Type in your SLO, and click Save.

  4. Answer the question about why the outcome needs to be created. Make sure you include your name, along with the course name and number. Click Save and Continue.

    Answer the question about why the outcome needs to be created. Click Save and Continue.

  5. In the second drop-down, make sure Core ISLOs is selected.

    In the second drop-down, choose Core ISLOs.

  6. Here is where you will map your new course SLO to an institutional outcome(s). All five of the colleges institutional outcomes will show up, along with their categories, across the top of the matrix. Since the list is rather lengthy, you can click the right arrow to move in that direction.

    Here is where you will map your new course SLO to an institutional outcome(s)

    You can also just show one institutional outcome at a time by clicking the drop-down for All Categories and choosing one of the five ISLOs.

    You can also just show one institutional outcome at a time by clicking the drop-down for All Categories and choosing one of the five ISLOs.

  7. Clicking a box for an SLO will map it to the corresponding ISLO and one of its categories. You can map an SLO to multiple ISLOs if desired.

    Clicking a box for an SLO will map it to the corresponding ISLO and one of its categories.

  8. Click Submit at the bottom. Your new CSLO will not show up right away; it will have to be approved by the SLO Committee Chair first. Once approved, it will appear. If you want to see it when it appears, click SLOs & Assessments.

Creating a New Version of an SLO

  1. If you need to make major changes to an SLO, check the box in front of it, and click New Version. Versioning allows you to track changes in the track changes to the SLO, acknowledging that the content used to be different and keeping a record of the old data.

    If you need to make major changes to an SLO, check the box in front of it, and click New Version

  2. Make the major changes, then click Submit.

    Make the major changes, then click Submit.

  3. On the workflow screen, choose the initial term in which you will begin using the SLO (it must be in the future, not the current term). Click Version SLO.

    On the workflow screen, choose the initial term in which you will begin using the SLO (it must be in the future, not the current term). Click Version SLO.


Deactivating or Removing an SLO

  1. If you want to deactivate or remove an SLO, check the box in front of it, click More, then select either Deactivate or Remove.

    If you want to deactivate or remove an SLO, check the box in front of it, click More, then select either Deactivate or Remove.

Student Learning Outcomes

John Ruys
SLO Committee Co-Chair
925.424.1267

Ann Hight
SLO Committee Co-Chair
925.424.1307

Madeline Wiest
Curriculum and SLO Specialist
925.424.1106

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