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Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes

This video is from a workshop provided as part of the Teaching Resource Center (TRC) Teaching Resources and Workshops in October 2020. In this workshop, participants will have opportunities to learn about:

  • the basic aspects of outcomes-based education and learning outcomes

  • the impact of diversity, equity, and inclusion on learner-centered teaching and the cultivation of a culture that empowers faculty through learning

  • developing and critiquing student learning outcomes in a course for a syllabus

Creating Impactful Learning Outcomes

Course Student Learning Outcomes Presentation

ILOxPLO Matrix Project 2020-21

CLASS is embarking on the development of an Institutional Learning Outcome Assessment Plan based on two conditions: (1) what we have learned from the first implementation of the ILO assessment plan on the quarter system and; (2) the semester assessment planning for PLO in both curricular and co-curricular programs. The first step in developing the plan is the development of a comprehensive ILOxPLO matrix. Please contact your CLASS representative for support and additional information or contact us

Here is the link to matrix to complete and submit to your CLASS representative:

ILOxPLO Matrix Template

Anthology (formerly Campus Labs) Assessment Tools

To log into any of the Campus Labs tools and modules: 

  1. log into My Coyote

  2. Go to Collaborate

  3. Go To Campus Labs

  4. Click on the module that contains the tools that you can use to support your efforts. A brief description of the tools and functionality for each Campus Labs module follows.

Should you be denied access to any of the Campus labs modules, please contact the Assessment Office for more information to obtain permissions: 

For more support in using any module of Anthology/Campus Labs create an account in the Anthology Academy at 

  1. On this page click on Log in/Register in the upper right-side corner of the window as you face the screen.
  2. Click on the button to create an account if this is your first time. It is necessary that you use your CSUSB e-mail address in creating your account. If you have already created an account, use the CSUSB e-mail address and the password you created with the account to log in.
  3. Once logged in, there is a brief video tour of the features of the Anthology Academy. This may be helpful for first-time users. If you are looking for information on using specific features of any of Anthology modules, use the Course Catalog in the main menu to search by module.


This module supports all kinds of reporting needs. Documents, spreadsheets, data visualizations, etc. may be archived in Documents for each organizational unit for each time period (i.e., academic year). Templates have been developed to support reporting needs within Plans. Plans and templates can be customized depending on the reporting needs of each organizational unit. 

Planning User Training Guide


This module is where data can be entered or obtained directly. There are three tools to support the collection of evidence that can be used to assess learning outcomes at the course level, program level or institutional level. These tools are Projects (i.e. surveys), Rubrics, and the Student Response System (SRS). 

Student Response System:

Create an account or log in to the Anthology Academy at: 

There is a concise and thorough video overview of the Baseline Student Response System (SRS) in the Anthology Academy.

  1. Log in and go to Course Catalog in the main menu
  2. Click on Anthology Baseline
  3. Click on Baseline Student Response System Implementation

Rubrics User Training Guide

Baseline Project (Survey) User Training Guide


This module is where outcomes of any type at any organizational level can be entered, related to assessment evidence, and monitored. When monitored, data is aggregated and presented without any identifiers.

Outcomes User Training Guide

Compliance Assist

This module contains the Accreditation tool. In this section all accreditation forms can be built as templates for reporting to accrediting bodies. Materials can also be archived in a Document Directory. Please contact the Assessment Office for support at