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Updates from the SLO Coordination Team - 2018

May 24, 2018

Dear Campus Community:

Spring 2018 is over and summer is imminent! 

The deadline for submitting course SLO reports is Friday June 1 [11:30 pm]

Those of you who need help with SLO reporting can take advantage of drop-in and email support to assist you.

Drop-in Support

Friday, May 25: Craig 12-3 (Batmale 313) and Dave 10:30 - 12 (Mission 473)

Tuesday, May 29, Sheri 1:30-3 (Batmale 313)

Wednesday, May 30: Dave 11:30-1 (Mission 473)

Thursday, May 31: Janey 1-3:30 (Batmale 313)

Friday, June 1: Craig 12-3 (Batmale 313) and Dave 11-2 (Mission 473)

Please note the change in the schedule for Mission campus on Friday 5.25!

Email Support

Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. 

A few quick tips

If you come to a drop-in lab, please have your RAM ID [login & password], and your course CRN number[s] handy.

If you email for help, please include the CRN in question.

If your CRN or year does not appear in CurricUNET, complete the Support Request Form and indicate the CRN needed.

Review all boxes carefully before hitting LAUNCH. Once you launch a proposal, the report is submitted.

To log out of CurricUNET, follow the instructions in the task guide, or just close your browser. 

 

Enjoy the summer break!

The SLO Team.

 

May 15, 2018

 

Dear Campus Community:

The end of the Spring semester is in sight! This email is packed with information about resources you can take advantage of to make your course SLO reporting for this term a breeze. Read on for details!

 

Deadlines

The reporting deadline for Spring is June 1. 

Since we are all working with a new version of CurricUNET, we urge you to login to the system ahead of June 1 to get acquainted with the new interface. Your RAM ID now serves as your CurricUNET login. CurricUNET login and access to technical support are now available on the MyCCSF page.

 

Guides and Technical Support

We have prepared detailed guides to walk you through every step in this process. Please take a few minutes to browse through the guides before jumping into your own assessment.

Login Guide | CRN Report Guide | Video Guide | Video with CC

If you are already a CurricUNET pro, our QuickTips guide will give you an overview of the new reporting process.

 

Drop in Support

SLO Coordinators are available for extended drop in support through the end of the reporting period. Look at all these drop-in labs!

Monday, May 14: Dora 5-6 (Downtown 720)

Tuesday, May 15: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Sheri 1:30-3 (Batmale 313), Craig 4:30-6 (Evans 253), and Dora 5-6 (Downtown 821)

Wednesday, May 16: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Dave 11:30-1 (Mission 473), and Dora 5-6 (Downtown 821)

Thursday, May 17: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Janey 2-3:30 (Batmale 313), and Dora 5-6 (Downtown 625)

Friday, May 18: Andrea 9-3 (Statler 10) and Craig 12-3 (Batmale 313)

 

Monday, May 21: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Janey 2-4 (Batmale 313), Janey 5-7 (MUB 353), and Dora 5-6 (Downtown 720)

Tuesday, May 22: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Sheri 1:30-3 (Batmale 313), Craig 3-5 (John Adams 301), and Dora 5-6 (Downtown 821)

Wednesday, May 23: Andrea 9-4 (Statler 10), Dave 11:30-1 (Mission 473), Dora 5-6 (Downtown 821), and Janey 4-5:30 (Zoom https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/168567128)

Friday, May 25: Craig 12-3 (Batmale 313) and Dave 1-3 (Mission 473)

 

Tuesday, May 29, Sheri 1:30-3 (Batmale 313) and Janey 2-4 (Chinatown TBA)

Wednesday, May 30: Dave 11:30-1 (Mission 473)

Thursday, May 31: Janey 1-3:30 (Batmale 313)

Friday, June 1: Craig 12-3 (Batmale 313) and Dave 11-2 (Mission 473)

 

Email Support

Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during weekends!

Please feel free to contact an SLO Coordinator directly if you have any questions about your CRN-level reports:

Craig Kleinman (ckleinman@ccsf.edu)

Sheri Miraglia (sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu)

Andrea Niosi <aniosi@mail.ccsf.edu>

David Stevenson (dstevens@ccsf.edu)

Janey Skinner (jeskinne@ccsf.edu)

 

Inspiration

If you're having a hard time drumming up the energy to file your assessments  check out our humorous and informative SLO newsletter. It's full of inspiring stories and useful assessment-related tips.

 

We look forward to helping you file your course reports!

The SLO Team

 

 

 

May 1, 2018


Dear College Community:

The end of the semester is almost upon us! 

For Spring 2018, the due date for grades and assessment reports is Friday, June 1.  

A CRN-level assessment report is required for every section of every course. If you were the primary instructor of a section this semester, you need to submit a report. If this news fills you with dread, read on for information and resources that will make course SLO reporting a breeze.

 

The new CurricUNET

This semester, CCSF has upgraded to a new version of CurricUNET that uses a single login based on your RAM ID. While the course reporting process is largely unchanged, you will see a new interface when you file your report. We strongly recommend that you test your login and get acquainted with the new look ahead of June 1!

To get started, you can login to CurricUNET through the RAM ID portal

We have prepared detailed guides to assist you in filing the CRN report: 

Login Guide | CRN Report Guide | Video Guide | Video with CC

 

Drop in Support

SLO Coordinators are available for drop in support through the end of the reporting period:

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

Every Tuesday: 1:30-3 - Sheri Miraglia 

Every Thursday: 2:00-3:30 - Janey Skinner

Every Friday: 12:30 - 2 - Craig Kleinman

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support at Mission Center 473

Every Wednesday: 11:30 - 1 - David Stevenson

We will be expanding our drop-in hours for the May 15 - June 1 period. Stay tuned for details in our next update.

 

Email Support

Use this Support Request Form to request help via email. Please be patient. No help guaranteed during weekends!

Please feel free to contact an SLO Coordinator directly if you have any questions about course SLO reporting:

Craig Kleinman (ckleinman@ccsf.edu)

Sheri Miraglia (sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu)

Andrea Niosi <aniosi@mail.ccsf.edu>

David Stevenson (dstevens@ccsf.edu)

Janey Skinner (jeskinne@ccsf.edu)

 

We look forward to helping you in any way we can!

The SLO Team

 

 

February 20, 2018


Dear College Community;


On Monday, 2/26, 10:30-12, in Rosenberg 518, the SLO Senate Committee will be discussing the recently completed ILO 1 Assessment Report.  Please attend.  All at CCSF are invited.  College community participation is important at this meeting for several reasons: 1) ILO 1 is about critical thinking and information competency and is mapped to 323 degree and certificate outcomes, 2) feedback is needed before the report is submitted to the Executive Council for final approval, and 3) discussion is also needed about potential editing of ILO 1's three sub-elements, 1A, 1B, and 1C.

 

If you cannot attend the meeting but would like to provide feedback about the sub-elements or the report in general, please use following survey.  Links to the summary of findings and the current version of the report can also be found below.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s9ur_sSM4qi_iOvKToCDq1kR6v1T_xxXeHLSZb7uZhA/edit?usp=sharing


Hoping to see you and hear from you!

 

Many thanks from the SLO Team and the SLO Senate Committee!

 

Craig Kleinman

ckleinman@ccsf.edu

 

 

February 13, 2018

 

Faculty and Chairs - 

 

There will be no SLO Coordinator drop-in support today in the TLC.  I apologize for the inconvenience.  If you have a pressing concern, please email me (sheri.miraglia@mail.ccsf.edu) and I will do my best to assist virtually.

 

SLO support resumes tomorrow at the Mission Campus, and there will be SLO Coordinators in the TLC on Thursday and Friday as well.

 

Our regular drop-in hours are listed below.

 

Best regards;

Sheri Miraglia

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-3 - Sheri Miraglia 
  • Every Thursday: 2:00-3:30 - Janey Skinner
  • Every Friday: 12:30 - 2 - Craig Kleinman

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support at Mission Center 473

  • Every Wednesday: 11:30 - 1 - David Stevenson

 

 

February 7, 2016

 

Dear Faculty/Chairs -

 

Two of our SLO Coordinators are attending the 2018 Student Learning Outcomes SLO Symposium on Friday at Orange Coast College:  https://asccc.org/events/2018-02-09-163000-2018-02-09-230000/2018-student-learning-outcomes-slo-symposium

 

As a result, there will be no SLO drop-in help on Friday.    We'll be back in the TLC on Tuesday!

 

Our regular schedule is:

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-3 - Sheri Miraglia 
  • Every Thursday: 2:00-3:30 - Janey Skinner
  • Every Friday: 12:30 - 2 - Craig Kleinman

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support at Mission Center 473

  • Every Wednesday: 11:30 - 1 - David Stevenson

 

Best regards;

Sheri Miraglia (for the SLO Coordination Team).

 

 

January 17, 2018

 

Dear Faculty and Chairs - 

 

Welcome back!  We hope everyone's spring semester is off to a great start.

 

This is a quick reminder that SLO Coordinators hold SLO Support labs every week!  Need help with your assessments?  Logging into CurricUNET?  Revising SLOs? We are here to help you.  

 

Our number ONE goal is to help you make your assessment work meaningful so that it results in measurable benefits for your students and for you.

 

Drop in help begins next week and is available both in the TLC (Batmale 313) as well as at the Mission Center.  Please see below for the schedule.

 

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support in the TLC, Batmale 313

  • Every Tuesday: 1:30-3 - Sheri Miraglia 
  • Every Thursday: 2:00-3:30 - Janey Skinner
  • Every Friday: 12:30 - 2 - Craig Kleinman

Drop in SLO Coordinator Support at Mission Center 473

  • Every Wednesday: 11:30 - 1 - David Stevenson

 

If you have any questions,  please contact one of us!  You can find our contact information on the SLO Website:  https://www.ccsf.edu/en/about-city-college/slo/resources/slo_coordinators.html

 

Have a great semester!

 

Sheri Miraglia, Craig Kleinman, Janey Skinner, Dave Stevenson and Andrea Niosi