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Could Supplemental Instruction Be Right for Your Course?

Overview of Supplemental Instruction Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an internationally known academic assistance program that aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult courses. Supplemental Instruction was initially established in 1973 at the University of Missouri – Kansas City to address high attrition rates in the health science program and was quickly extended to the […]

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Measuring DePaul’s University-Wide Learning Outcomes

In October of 2012, DePaul University unveiled new university-wide learning goals and outcomes.  These were the result of the combined work of an institution-wide committee who defined the essential knowledge, skills, values, and ethics all DePaul students should obtain by the time they graduate.  However, it is not enough to simply define what DePaul students […]

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