Archives: Featured Websites Archive

NILOA features websites which provide examples of promising practices of innovative and transparent online communication of student learning outcomes assessment at the institution, program or unit level on institutional websites. Selection as a Featured Website includes an examination of the website in relation to one or more of the following criteria: Communication, Creativity, Centralized Assessment Repository. If you would like to submit a website for consideration, please email NILOA:

University of the District of Columbia

The Office of Institutional Assessment and Outcomes webpage at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) is NILOA's December 2020 Featured Website! This interactive website highlights the institutions goals in flowchart form and provides action verbs that clearly articulate objectives to attain their goals. We are impressed with the webpage's explicit commitment to continuous... Read more »


Winston-Salem State University

Winston-Salem State University’s (WSSU) Use of Student Learning Evidence webpage is NILOA’s November 2020 Featured website! The Use of Student Learning evidence webpage is featured within WSSU’s Assessment & Research resources, which also includes a quick glimpse dashboard report within the Student learning Outcomes page, and yearly infographics within their Assessment Resources page. WSSU’s Assessment… Read more »


University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

The Learning Outcomes Assessment webpage at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (UIUC) is NILOA’s September 2020 Featured website! Overseen by the Council for Learning Outcomes Assessment (C-LOA), a cross-campus group of faculty charged with monitoring and supporting assessment work on campus, the website shares general education learning outcomes, program assessment, co-curricular assessment, Illinois student learning… Read more »

Texas A&M University System

The Empower U website from the Texas A&M University System’s is the July 2020 NILOA Featured Website! In developing the website, the system relied on NILOA’s Transparency Framework and its components to guide the types of information made available to visitors. Institutions in the Texas A&M University System share a common set of student learning outcomes, and are… Read more »

Western University

Western University’s Thrive Online webpage is a NILOA Featured Website as an example for how evidence of student learning can be shared in different ways; in this case, by letting students tell their learning stories. Thrive Online is a space for Western University students to share their learning stories and life experiences so that peers… Read more »