How to use this site
Whats available on this Site?
The aim of this site is to support course designers, teaching academics and QA staff to quickly understand and implement CSU’s Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLOs) in courses and subjects.
This site contains advice, resources and examples to help each academic create a structured learning experience for our students that aligns with each GLO. It is a starter kit to assist you to recognise and/or tailor learning experiences aligned to GLOs in the context of your discipline.
The site is divided into different sections:
The GLOs contains information and examples for each GLO such as: expanded learning outcomes, students benefits, scaffolding advice, sample rubric lines for use in assessment, contacts and other helpful information.
Teaching Strategies provides examples of teaching activities that could be used in lectures or tutorials to teach the GLOs to your students. We aim to provide a range of CSU examples from each faculty. Got a good example? Please share it by contacting Bruce Stenlake at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sample Assessments provides examples of assessments that are used to assess specific expanded GLOs. We aim to provide a range of CSU examples from each faculty. Got a good example? Please share it by contacting Bruce Stenlake at email@example.com.
How to Use this Site contains an introduction to this site and provides additional help for four roles that we hope to support.
Symbols on the page
While looking at the GLO’s and assessment task, you will see badges being used to represent the specific GLO learning outcome.
Each GLO has its own symbol and colour, please see the individual GLO pages. You will also see the following three icons as well.
In the example to the left we can see the top icon identifies the GLO, in this case Sustainable Practice. You can see the Knowledge component is also in the colour of the GLO indicating that the assessment would be suitable to assess that component of the GLO. If one of the other sections were highlighted, it indicates that component is being addressed in that situation.