Student Learning Outcomes

eLumen Instructions: Student Services

Logging In

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 a Setting

A setting is the Student Services equivalent in eLumen to a course section (a context is the Student Services equivalent to a course). You will need to create a setting in order to add an assessment to it.

To begin, make sure your role of Coordinator is showing in the drop-down next to your name, and next to that, make sure your area is showing.

To begin, make sure your role of Coordinator is showing in the drop-down next to your name, and next to that, make sure your area is showing.

  1. Click Org Management.

    Click Org Management.

  2. Click Add Setting.

    Click Add Setting.

  3. Type in a Setting name that reflects what you will be assessing, and choose the term (typically the current term).

    Type in a Setting name that reflects what you will be assessing, and choose the term (typically the current term).

    If all of the students you are assessing fall into a specific group(s), click Assign Attributes, then click the attributes you want, and Close. If there is an attribute not on the list you need, contact the system administrator. You can also assign a student roster or student group as a roster if you want. Otherwise, leave those alone.

    Click Assign Evaluators. Search for your name, click it, then Close.

    Click Assign Evaluators. Search for your name, click it, then Close.

  4. Click Save. Your setting has been added.

    Click Save. Your setting has been added.

Adding an Assessment

  1. Choose Faculty from the drop-down next to your name, and make sure your area is showing in the drop-down next to it.

    Choose Faculty from the drop-down next to your name, and make sure your area is showing in the drop-down next to it.

  2. Choose the semester from the drop-down next to Courses. You will see a list of any settings you created.

    Choose the semester from the drop-down next to Courses.

  3. Locate your desired setting, and click Add Assessment. (If your assessment has already been created, you can click Find Assessment, choose it from a list, then add it to your setting.)

    Locate your desired setting, and click Add Assessment.

    For Select the Assessment Type, choose COLLECTIVE STUDENT SCORE ENTRY. This allows you to aggregate your scoring.

    Add an assessment name, description, then choose an assessment type. The last two assessment types in the drop-down are for Student Services only. Choose one of them.

    Click the link to Add Reflections Template. Click LPC Reflections. You'll see a preview of what you'll need to address. Click Add.

    OPTIONAL: You can upload an assessment guide, such as student instructions.

    Add an assessment name, description, then choose an assessment type.


    Name and describe the activity for your assessment.

    For Assessment Scale, it is recommended that you leave LPC Generic Rubric selected.

    Make sure Outcomes-Oriented is chosen for Rubric Type.

    You can leave both Scorecard View and Rubric View checked.

    Unless you will be scoring multiple SLOs with the same assessment, you can leave the Number of SLOs field at 1.

    Completed assessment screen.

    Click Generate Rubric Template.

    Click Generate Rubric Template.

  4. Attach the SAO to the rubric by clicking Link SAO.

    Attach the SAO to the rubric by clicking Link SAO.

  5. Click your desired SAO on the left, then click Close.

    Click your desired SAO on the left, then click Close.

    If you want, you can change the "performance descriptors" in each level of the LPC Generic Rubric. Simply click in a level, delete the word(s) that is there, and type in your description of what students need to achieve to reach that level. Otherwise, leave the descriptors alone. If you chose to use a different scale, you will have to change the descriptors for each level.

  6. Click Save.

    Click Save

 

Entering Assessment Results

  1. Make sure you are in the setting and semester you want to score. If not, select the semester from the drop-down list next to your name, and scroll to the setting. To the right of the assessment is an icon under the column called Scorecard. Click it.

    Make sure you are in the setting and semester you want to score. If not, select the semester from the drop-down list next to your name, and scroll to the setting. To the right of the assessment is an icon under the column called Scorecard. Click it.

  2. Input your collective scores into the appropriate boxes, then click Save and Continue to Reflection.

    Input your collective scores into the appropriate boxes, then click Save and Continue to Reflection.

  3. Fill out the text fields in the reflection, and click Submit. You are finished!

    Fill out the text fields in the reflection, and click Submit. You are finished!



Obtaining assessment data

    1. Make sure you are in as the coordinator. Click Reports.

      Make sure you are in as the coordinator. Click Reports.

    2. Click SAO Performance - By Division, Course, CSLO.

      Click SAO Performance - By Division, Course, CSLO.

    3. Choose the terms you want to include. Click Context. The default report format is PDF. Click Generate Report.

      Choose the terms you want to include. Click Context. The default report format is PDF. Click Generate Report.

    4. You will be taken to the Document Library, where your report will be available for download. The report might take a minute or so to generate.

      You will be taken to the Document Library, where your report will be available for download. The report might take a minute or so to generate.



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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