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Tina Overton

The UK Physical Sciences Centre, The Higher Education Academy

Published 17 Feb 2017 • 7 mins read

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Writing learning outcomes

Advice on defining courses using an outcomes-based approach.

This short document offers strategies for writing learning outcomes, and encourages academics to think about what they ask their students to do during various formative and summative assessment activities.

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