Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) represent the knowledge and skills a program has determined are most important for students to acquire - they state what students should know and be able to do after completing the program. SLOs should be specific and measurable so programs can accurately assess how well students have achieved the outcomes. Programs then use this achievement data to improve their programs and support even greater student success. When programs have specific and measurable SLOs, they can also more clearly align their programs with college and institution mission and values.
Here is a link to Student Learning Outcomes and Assessment Plans for all academic programs: https://www.uww.edu/academics/departments-and-majors
According to NILOA’s Transparency Framework, Evidence of Student Learning includes results of assessment activities. This may include evidence from indirect (e.g. surveys) and direct (e.g. portfolio, test, paper, projects) assessment of student learning as well as institutional performance indicators (e.g. licensure pass rate).