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University of Saskatchewan Learning Charter

In June 2010, the University Council at the U of S approved the adoption and implementation of the new U of S Learning Charter.

The University of Saskatchewan Learning Charter is intended to define aspirations about the learning experience that the University aims to provide, and the roles to be played in realizing these aspirations by students, instructors and the institution. The overarching goal of the Learning Charter is to optimize the learning experience of every student.

U of S Learning Charter, Richard Long

Integrating Core Learning Goals

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The Learning Charter consists of three main parts:

  1. our vision for learning;
  2. the core learning goals to which the University of Saskatchewan aspires for its graduates; and
  3. the roles which students, instructors, and the institution need to play in achieving our learning vision and goals.

For more information, and to provide thoughts and feedback on the Charter, please go to the U of S Learning Charter website.

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