Resources

Watch for fall flex workshop info!

The following references are valuable resources during the curriculum development process:

The Course Outline of Record: A Curriculum Reference Guide Revisited (ASCCC 2017)

Not sure what to write in your outline?

***Course Outline Crib Notes and DEA Crib Notes***  Perhaps Cooperative Work Experience?

Remember, course and program aggregate reports must be launched within 18 months of outline submission.  These assessment reports should inform outline revision.

The Course SLO Assessment Planner can help build up for aggregate reporting and reflection, and it can also help you avoid turning in curricula at the very end of a six-year cycle.

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Please also remember that programs require supplemental documentation (aka the narrative). There is a place in CurrIQunet to upload that documentation. Word Docs preferred. Please consult the Articulation Officer about documents for AD-Ts.

Documents to be submitted include--

  • Narrative (All programs – submit a draft when the program proposal is launched)
  • Supporting information for local/community need or transfer prep (if not appended to the narrative document – submit when program is launched)
  • LMI Data (CTE programs – submit when program is launched)
  • Industry Advisory Minutes (CTE programs – submit when program is launched)
  • BACCC recommendation (CTE programs, new or substantial revisions – not required for proposal launch, consult with Curriculum Committee chair about when to request from BACCC)

The following references are valuable resources during the curriculum review process:

Email ccchair@ccsf.edu (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  archives for previous years' materials.