Example Rubrics

When developing rubrics for your program’s learning outcomes it can be helpful to see how others have approached similar outcomes. If you find a rubric you like, consider modifying it to suit your needs.

LMU's Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Rubrics


Additional Examples:

VALUE Rubrics

As part of the Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education (VALUE) Project, the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) developed a set of rubrics designed to assess essential learning outcomes for collegiate institutions. These rubrics were developed by teams of faculty representing colleges and universities across the nation to reflect faculty expectations for essential learning. The following VALUE rubrics assess AAC&U’s 15 essential learning outcomes and can be easily modified for use in your program:

Intellectual and Practical Skills

Personal and Social Responsibility

Integrative Learning

Reprinted with permission from Assessing Outcomes and Improving Achievement: Tips and tools for Using Rubrics, edited by Terrel L. Rhodes. Copyright 2010 by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

To learn more about AAC&U’s VALUE rubrics project, click here.

Please visit the Creating a rubric page for more information on how to construct your own rubrics.

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