Timothy S. Brophy – The Basics of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment 
Timothy S. Brophy. (2014) The Basics of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Online Training Module. Director of Institutional Assessment at the University of Florida.

Timothy S. Brophy. (2014) A Guide for Writing Student Learning Outcomes. Director of Institutional Assessment at the University of Florida.
A Guide for Writing Student Learning Outcomes


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