Instructions for Submissions to the Curriculum Committee -- 2020-2021
1. Before Submitting a Proposal, review:
* Calendar - For submission deadlines and MUB 140 or Zoom meetings
* Course outlines listed by department and approval date (to help you modify in a timely manner)
* Program outlines listed by department and status (also to help you modify in a timely manner)
* Curriculum Handbook - A thorough guide to understanding and preparing curriculum
* Required Supplemental Program Documents (draft manual) - Prepare supplementary documentation--like program narratives--required for state approval, to be submitted to the Curriculum Committee along with the Program Outline.
* Steps Toward Teaching an Online Course (Don't forget DLAC approval!)
* Temporary Distance Education (TDE) Addenda Information and Approvals
Remember, course and program aggregate reports must be launched within 18 months prior to outline submission. These assessment reports pull together the results of indiviudal section-level reports and should inform outline revision. Consult your chair or course/program coordinator about the currency of the aggregate report you need.
- Course-Level SLO Aggregate -- Task Guide | User Manual | Video with CC (5.5 min, 14 MB) | Video Only
- Program (Certificate or Major PSLO) Aggregate -- Task Guide | User Manual | Video with CC (5.5 min, 14 MB) | Video Only
2. Use CurrIQunet to draft your proposal:
* CurrIQunet User Manual Support Page - For step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and video tutorials
* Create or Modify Course Outline or Addenda Task Guide and Create or Modify Major or Certificate Task Guide - Handout/cheat sheet for processing curriculum through CurricUNET
Technical Review Avoiding Common Errors (TRACE) checklists - USE these to guide you through each outline section's requirements.
(See DEA Subcommittee for more information.)
* Hours and Units Calculations Quickguide - for checking hours and units
For questions on the software, request help through the
CurrIQunet Support Request form.
3. Launch your proposal in CurrIQunet:
4. Guide your proposal through the workflow:
You are not done yet! Your active
participation in ensuring that your proposal moves through the reviews
and approvals process in a timely manner is usually necessary.
Help move your proposal through by
checking the status in CurrIQunet, by carefully and thoroughly
responding to all communications about your proposal, and by bringing
it to the attention of those who need to sign off on it.
The Approvals and Worfklow section of the User Manual outlines the variety of steps that occur after a proposal is launched.
5. Timely completion of stipulations (after the Curriculum Committee meeting):
If your proposal is reviewed by the
Curriculum Committee during a meeting and stipulations (changes) are
Stipulations are available
in CurrIQunet after the meeting,
Changes must be made and resubmitted
within CurrIQunet within a short time period, see the
Proposals approved with stipulations
that are not resubmitted correctly in a timely manner may be moved
back to the department chair to start over again
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (aka the "hair account")
Curriculum Chair Drop-in Support on Zoom for fall (TBA)
Besides assessment, the SLO Coordinators also help with outcomes writing, revising, and mapping, as well as looking at how well SLOs resonate in course and program outlines. See the SLO Support page.
For questions on the software, request help through the CurrIQunet Support Request form.
Look to the
previous years' materials.