A Liberal Education Approach for Student Learning
- Equip students to become global citizens with the broad knowledge and transferable skills characterizing a liberal education approach
- Expand application of the liberal education approach throughout the college’s programs and services
Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Lane faculty will use multiple strategies to assess student progress in meeting revisioned 21st-century core learning outcomes that have been infused throughout the curriculum and provide a roadmap for student academic success.
Civic and Information Literacy
Students will engage learning environments and activities that support intellectual, social, and civic development that help them understand how information is constructed, how to critically use sources and evidence, and how to discern measures of credibility.
Students will understand the interrelatedness of the essential learning outcomes of their degree and apply their learning to new settings.
Instructional and student support practitioners will deepen individual and organizational capacity, knowledge and abilities through committed investment in training and development activities.
|New Projects||Continuing Projects||Completed Projects*|
|Center for Learning and Student Success||Degree Qualifications Profile||Assessment of Learning|
|ConnectEd Lane County — Rites of Passage Bridge||Democracy Commitment||Core Learning Outcomes|
|Movie Munch Film Series||First Year Matters (Foundations of Excellence)||Honors Program|
|Roadmap Project||Information Literacy|
|*Indicates project has been completed (objectives have been met and focus has shifted to scale and practice).|