Updates from the SLO Coordination Team - S' 2017
January 2, 2017
Dear Deans, Chairs and Faculty;
Happy New Year from the SLO Coordination Team!
As you are hopefully aware, the deadline for submitting CRN-level SLO reports for your fall classes is tomorrow, January 3. If you are not sure if you've successfully submitted your fall reports, you can check the Fall 2016 Assessment Statistics Spreadsheet which is updated daily. This sheet lists all courses by department and by school that are currently MISSING assessments. If your CRN is on this list, but you think you've submitted, please go back and be sure you've "saved", "finished" AND "submitted" your report(s). When your report is submitted you will no longer see the pencil icon (or be able to edit your report) and your report will be listed as "active" NOT "draft".
Drop-in SLO Coordinator Support
There will be a drop-in SLO Help Lab in the TLC (313 Batmale Hall) tomorrow (Tuesday, January 3) from 10-1 pm. If you need help from an SLO Coordinator, please plan on attending the help lab where we can see your computer screen and better understand what kind of help you need.
There are many resources for you if you cannot attend a help lab.
- Forgot your password? Contact the IT helpdesk (be sure you explain to them that you are asking for a password reset for the CurricUNET Assessment Module). Remember that the CurricUNET Assessment Module does NOT use the RAM ID. Your username is your ccsf email address (for example: email@example.com), and your password is whatever you set to last time. It is static – it doesn’t change. Hopefully you wrote it down!
- Task guides: (step by step instructions for logging in and submitting a CRN-level report. See attached files).
- Video instructions:
(6.5 min, 14 MB) Video Only | Video with CC
- Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. It can take several days for us to respond your request, especially during the last days of the reporting period.
We hope everyone is having a wonderful break!
Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team)