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How STLR Works

There are four ways that students can earn STLR "credits," and our goal is for all UCO students to be STLR students! UCO faculty/staff can oversee STLR students as instructors, event hosts, student group sponsors, or independent student project supervisors.
4 Ways to Engage with STLR

Students

Faculty/Staff

  1. Find a class with a STLR assignment and enroll in it, complete the STLR assignment, get feedback from your instructor along with a STLR-assessed level, then push your assignment and feedback to your ePortfolio.
  2. Attend a STLR-tagged event, swipe in, and get automatic exposure-level STLR credits in the associated tenet(s).
  3. Join, or get elected, to a student group through which you could write a reflection about your experiences, get faculty/staff feedback, and push that to your ePortfolio.
  4. Propose your own Transformative Learning Student Project tied to one of UCO's tenets (beyond Discipline Knowledge), find a faculty/staff supervisor who is STLR-trained or willing to go through STLR training, do your project, submit your project artifact, receive feedback, and push that to your ePortfolio (see all TL student project expectations).  OR, you may be able to find a faculty/staff that already has a STLR project, and apply to join in!
  • Let us know you're interested in STLR training. There are limited spots for these two, three-hour modules (stipend available), so priority may be given based on college dean or department chair selection.
  • Once trained, submit your TL Student Project proposal, if you agree to supervisor project expectations; or let us know about your STLR-tagged events, groups, or class assignments using this online form (available to trained faculty/staff with UCO login).
  • Then, reference STLR in all advertising/mention of your STLR-tagged activity, using our Style Guide. You can also check out STLR tenet banners and ID swipers for your event.
  • For STLR-tagged activities that are not swipe events, you will collect then assess student artifacts using the STLR rubric in your D2L Dropbox, leaving plenty of useful feedback.
  • Encourage students to push these artifacts, and your feedback, to their D2L ePortfolio before the associated D2L course shell closes.