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|Item Type||Title||Subject||Author(s)||Issue Date||Access|
|Paper||Facilitating Faculty Conversations: Development of Consensus Learning Goals||general; learning goals; faculty discussions||Rachel Pepper; Stephanie Chasteen; Steven Pollock; Katherine Perkins||2012||Publisher|
|Paper||"At the end of my course, students should be able to...": The benefits of creating and using effective learning goals||general; learning goals||Katherine Perkins; Michelle Smith||2010||Publisher|
|Paper||Transforming the advanced lab: Part I-Learning goals||physics and astronomy; laboratory; course transformation; learning goals||Benjamin Zwickl; Noah Finkelstein; Heather Lewandowski||2012||Publisher|
|Paper||Incorporating learning goals about modeling into an upper-division physics laboratory experiment||physics and astronomy; senior students; learning goals; laboratory||Benjamin Zwickl; Noah Finkelstein; Heather Lewandowski||2013||Publisher|
|Paper||A Report on the Implementation of the Blooming Biology Tool: Aligning Course Learning Outcomes with Assessments and Promoting Consistency in a Large Multi-Section First-Year Biology Course||life sciences; learning goals; assessment; Bloom's Taxonomy; large class||Angie O'Neill; Gulnur Birol; Carol Pollock||2010||Open|
|Paper||What is the Value of Course-Specific Learning Goals?||general; learning goals||Beth Simon; Jared Taylor||2009||Publisher|
|Poster||The Impact of Targeted Learning Goals on Student Attitudes about Experimental Physics||physics and astronomy; learning goals; attitudes, beliefs, perceptions||Natasha Holmes; Joss Ives; Doug Bonn||2014||Open|
|Paper||A Process for Developing Introductory Science Laboratory Learning Goals To Enhance Student Learning and Instructional Alignment||chemistry; learning goals||Jennifer Duis; Laurel Schafer; Sophia Nussbaum; Jaclyn Stewart||2013||Publisher|
|Paper||Transforming upper-division quantum mechanics: Learning goals and assessment||physics and astronomy; learning goals; assessment; course transformation||Steve Goldhaber; Steven Pollock; Mike Dubson; Paul Beale; Katherine Perkins||2009||Open|