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Consider using "y/n", checkmarks, or a 5-point Likert scale in the relevant cells for mapping your program's course contents/skills against the DLEs. Or, use a scale to indicate the Degree of Implementation ( e.g., I= Introduce, R= Reinforce and M= Master).For each course, consider indicating how the outcome is assessed.
Write in the type of assessment, or use a code to chart the most commonly
used assessments in your program.
Example: 1 = test or quiz, 2 = mid term exam, 3 = seminar/lab exercise,
4 = presentation, 5 = portfolio, 6 = (modify)
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Course Number (ie SMPL 1F90)Sample Course 1Sample Course 2
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OCAV/Brock University DLEsFaculty DLEsProgram OutcomesDegree of ImplementationAssessmentDegree of ImplementationAssessment
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1. Depth and Breadth of Knowledge
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a) a developed knowledge and critical understanding of the key concepts, methodologies, current advances, theoretical approaches and assumptions in a discipline overall, as well as in a specialized area of a discipline
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b) a developed understanding of many of the major fields in a discipline, including, where appropriate, from an interdisciplinary perspective, and how the fields may intersect with fields in related disciplines
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c) a developed ability to: i) gather, review, evaluate and interpret information; and ii) compare the merits of alternate hypotheses or creative options, relevant to one or more of the major fields in a discipline
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d) a developed, detailed knowledge of and experience in research in an area of the discipline
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e) developed critical thinking and analytical skills inside and outside the discipline
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f) the ability to apply learning from one or more areas outside the discipline
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2. Knowledge of Methodologies
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An understanding of methods of enquiry or creative activity, or both, in their primary area of study that enables the student to:
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·    evaluate the appropriateness of different approaches to solving problems using well established ideas and techniques;
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·    devise and sustain arguments or solve problems using these methods;
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·    and describe and comment upon particular aspects of current research or equivalent advanced scholarship.
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3. Application of Knowledge
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a) the ability to review, present and critically evaluate qualitative and quantitative information to:
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i) develop lines of argument;
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ii) make sound judgments in accordance with the major theories, concepts and methods of the subject(s) of study;
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iii) apply underlying concepts, principles, and techniques of analysis, both within and outside the discipline;
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iv) where appropriate use this knowledge in the creative process; and
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b) the ability to use a range of established techniques to:
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i) initiate and undertake critical evaluation of arguments, assumptions, abstract concepts and information;
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ii) propose solutions;
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iii) frame appropriate questions for the purpose of solving a problem;
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iv) solve a problem or create a new work; and
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c) the ability to make critical use of scholarly reviews and primary sources.
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4. Communication Skills
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The ability to communicate information, arguments, and analyses accurately and reliably, orally and in writing to a range of audiences.
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5. Awareness of Limits of Knowledge
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An understanding of the limits to their own knowledge and ability, and an appreciation of the uncertainty, ambiguity and limits to knowledge and how this might influence analyses and interpretations.
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6. Autonomy and Professional Capacity
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a) qualities and transferable skills necessary for further study, employment, community involvement and other activities requiring:
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·    the exercise of initiative, personal responsibility and accountability in both personal and group contexts;
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·    working effectively with others;
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·    decision-making in complex contexts;
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b) the ability to manage their own learning in changing circumstances, both within and outside the discipline and to select an appropriate program of further study.
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c) behaviour consistent with academic integrity and social responsibility.
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