Learning Outcomes

Course Learning Outcome
(Related Program Learning Outcomes)
Assessment Criteria
Course Learning Outcome A
(Program Learning Outcomes: 8, 9, 10)
Assessment Criteria
Identify leadership strategies required to effectively manage digital learning initiatives.
  • Reflects on and identifies a personal leadership approach.
  • Searches for, identifies and challenges assumptions in the literature and their own thinking.
  • Organizes material coherently and concisely; it is easy for the reader to identify main points and follow the sequence of ideas.
  • Presents evidence of ability to critically read, analyze, and synthesize information.
  • Contributes to dialogue using a variety of social learning tools and responds to questions and feedback from class members, sharing information to advance the collective knowledge of the team and/or class and/or broader audience.
Course Learning Outcome B
(Program Learning Outcomes: 5, 8, 10)
Assessment Criteria
Examine change as it relates to people, context and financial resources in the design of digital learning environments.
  • Reviews change management theories and discusses their applicability to digital environments.
  • Demonstrates ability to think critically about information/arguments.
  • Collects data and information in a manner that provides a comprehensive picture of perspectives.
  • Provides evidence of consultation with a network of professional colleagues regarding change management issues.
Course Learning Outcome C
(Program Learning Outcomes: 1, 5, 8)
Assessment Criteria
Create an implementation plan for a digital learning initiative that recognizes and responds to the complexity of change.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the interrelationship between innovation, change and digital learning environments.
  • Recognizes and assesses intended use and end user of information, and the impacts that these have on the analytical and decision-making process.
  • Provides active support to the learning community by attempting to motivate contributions, acknowledging alternative viewpoints, providing constructive feedback and supporting others.