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Faculty ('Course Liaison') introduction:
This website is intended to help organize and streamline "course recertification", our attempt to better understand the courses in the Gen Ed and systematically implement assessment of student learning. We really hope that this website will simplify the process for faculty and the Committee.

Just to reassure: this whole process is not intended to manufacture reasons to eliminate courses from the Gen Ed, or make anyone's life difficult! This is about collective faculty governance of a key element in every student's undergraduate education. This website is part of our effort to make the Committee's management of the Gen Ed as transparent and minimally burdensome to faculty as possible, and to enable us to make informed decisions about the Gen Ed and how to best support faculty. Please meet with your Gen Ed representatives or the Chair if you have any questions about this.

If you're reading this, you're likely a "Course Liaison""Course Liaisons" are the 'point person' for a particular course in the Gen Ed Program, from the offering department. They are the main contact person and assessment coordinator for that course, and work with their Gen Ed Reviewer to understand the course's contributions to Gen Ed and how we can improve them. - faculty responsible for a particular Gen Ed course offered by your department. You'll use this website to tell us about that course, in the form of a "Course Template"A "Course Template" is what we're calling the basic definition of a course, as a Gen Ed course. It's not a syllabus of a specific offering of a course, and it's not the Course Outline that defines the course as a University course; it's in between. The Course Template has some elements of the Course Outline, but is much simplified in that it only outlines the critical components relevant to its use as a Gen Ed course.. There are two key elements to the Course Template:

  1. Your Course's Learning Objectives"Course Learning Objectives" is the name we use for each individual course's learning goals or objectives. These are the learning outcomes that your department has identified as the essence of your course (and that likely appear in your syllabus.) The Committee would like to see how they align with our Category Criteria to ensure that pursuit of the course's Objectives naturally conforms to the Gen Ed Category of the course., to help us understand the course and how it fits in its Category (by aligning with Category Criteria"Category Criteria" are the key elements of content, skills or habits that characterize a specific Gen Ed Category, and that serve as a common core within the potentially diverse set of offerings in a Category. The Committee has formulated these key elements from our Category Descriptions.), and
  2. How your course contributes to the Program through its focus and support of the Gen Ed Learning GoalsThe Program has 5 Learning Goals; an amalgamation of the previous 11 (most familiarly known as the "11 questions" from the former Gen Ed application form.) The Gen Ed as a whole is aimed at broadening students' education across the liberal arts and developing key skills - those defined by the Goals. To help the Committee understand the effect of the Gen Ed as a whole, we need to collect data across Gen Ed courses about student performance towards the Goals. That's what each course's assessment plan will address., including a plan to assess students directly.

Every course will have a Primary Reviewer as your main contact with the Committee. This reviewer will work with you to complete the Template, and when they are satisfied they will present the course to the Committee (or, a Subcommittee) for review and endorsement, and once endorsed the course will be recertified as a Gen Ed course.

You can get started right away! Just find your course listed in one of the tabs below, and start editing/adding information. You can consult several screencasts to help you navigate the site at the Help page, and on several pages around the site itself (including this one - look top-right.) We also have a guide you can download and/or print, to walk you through recertifying your course.

To help keep track of the progress of your course, we've defined 8 "Stages" of recertification:

  1. The course is 'empty' - no information except the basics (from SIS/Banner)
  2. The course has a 'Course Liaison' associated with it, as the primary representative of the course/department.
  3. The Course Liaison has inputted needed information about the course and how it fulfills Gen Ed requirements (the equivalent of the old '11 questions', but different and more focused.)
  4. The course has a Primary Reviewer assigned, and is being reviewed by them.
  5. Courses in this Stage need revisions based on Primary Reviewer feedback
  6. The course has passed Primary Review, and is ready for the full Committee to consider it as recertified
  7. Courses in this Stage need revisions based on Committee feedback
  8. The course is recertified. (A letter/email will be sent to the Chair, outlining future expectations for the course as recertified.)
Committee members (and 'Primary Reviewers') introduction:
Our last website was designed simply to allow multiple people to edit our category descriptions, keeping track of changes as they happened. This one is slightly different; while it will let multiple people add data, it also acts as a database so we can monitor course reviews, their progress, and generate reports on the way our collection of courses are focusing on Gen Ed Learning GoalsThe Program has 5 Learning Goals; an amalgamation of the previous 11 (most familiarly known as the "11 questions" from the former Gen Ed application form.) The Gen Ed as a whole is aimed at broadening students' education across the liberal arts and developing key skills - those defined by the Goals. To help the Committee understand the effect of the Gen Ed as a whole, we need to collect data across Gen Ed courses about student performance towards the Goals. That's what each course's assessment plan will address..

"Course Liaisons""Course Liaisons" are the 'point person' for a particular course in the Gen Ed Program, from the offering department. They are the main contact person and assessment coordinator for that course, and work with their Gen Ed Reviewer to understand the course's contributions to Gen Ed and how we can improve them. will use this website to tell us about their courses: to input their Course TemplateA "Course Template" is what we're calling the basic definition of a course, as a Gen Ed course. It's not a syllabus of a specific offering of a course, and it's not the Course Outline that defines the course as a University course; it's in between. The Course Template has some elements of the Course Outline, but is much simplified in that it only outlines the critical components relevant to its use as a Gen Ed course.. There are two key elements to the Course Template:

  1. They will share their Course's Learning Objectives"Course Learning Objectives" is the name we use for each individual course's learning goals or objectives. These are the learning outcomes that your department has identified as the essence of your course (and that likely appear in your syllabus.) The Committee would like to see how they align with our Category Criteria to ensure that pursuit of the course's Objectives naturally conforms to the Gen Ed Category of the course., to help us understand the course and how it fits in its Category (by aligning with Category Criteria"Category Criteria" are the key elements of content, skills or habits that characterize a specific Gen Ed Category, and that serve as a common core within the potentially diverse set of offerings in a Category. The Committee has formulated these key elements from our Category Descriptions.), and
  2. tell us how their course contributes to the Program through its focus and support of the Gen Ed Learning GoalsThe Program has 5 Learning Goals; an amalgamation of the previous 11 (most familiarly known as the "11 questions" from the former Gen Ed application form.) The Gen Ed as a whole is aimed at broadening students' education across the liberal arts and developing key skills - those defined by the Goals. To help the Committee understand the effect of the Gen Ed as a whole, we need to collect data across Gen Ed courses about student performance towards the Goals. That's what each course's assessment plan will address., and develop a plan to assess students directly.

Every course seeking recertification will have a Primary Reviewer as the Course Liaison's main contact with the Committee. This reviewer will do the preliminary work of making sure the Liaison has completed the Course Template, and addressed Goal and Criteria alignments to their satisfaction. When the Reviewer is ready, they will present the course to the Committee (or, a Subcommittee) for review and endorsement, and once endorsed the course will be recertified as a Gen Ed course.

Part of recertification is a commitment from the offering department to ensure a) that each offering of the course appropriately reflects the details specified in the Course Template, b) that the common assessment point for the course will be implemented in each offered section, with data reported back to the Gen Ed Committee as agreed in the Template, c) that all faculty teaching the course will include specific information on their syllabi, and d) that all faculty teaching the course will be given the details of the Course Template to help them understand the "Gen Ed-ness" of their course, from the course's "Guidance for Faculty" page.

We've attempted to design this website to be as user-friendly as possible, but we know that it's always possible to improve its ease of use. There are video walkthroughs of key actions, in relevant locations throughout the website (including on this page! Look up & to the right for the film-projector icon!) If you have any difficulty navigating or using the site, please don't hesitate to email Kirk McDermid with questions.


If you're looking for a good example of a course, 'expand' this to see courses already recertified by the committee:

A

  • POLS 199 (Freshman Seminar in Political Science and Law)
  • CHEM 190 (Freshman Seminar in Chemistry)
  • HPEM 199 (Freshman Seminar in Health and Physical Education)

C3

D

  • DNCE 110 (Introduction to Modern Dance (Non-Major))
  • THTR 100 (Introduction to the Theatrical Medium)
  • ENFL 208 (Introduction to the Film)
  • DNCE 105 (Dance Appreciation)
  • DNCE 100 (Introduction to Ballet (Non-Major))

F1

  • ENGL 206 (World Literature: The Coming of Age Theme)
  • ITAL 262 (Italian Americans in Film)

F2

G

  • INFO 173 (Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions)

H

  • INFO 240 (Statistical Methods in Business)

I

J

K1

  • HIST 117 (History of the United States to 1876)
  • HIST 103 (Foundations of Western Civilization)
  • HIST 105 (Emergence of European Civilization, 1500-1914)

K2

K3


You're the Course Liaison for:

Course Gen Ed Category Review Status

You're Reviewing:

Course Gen Ed Category Review Status

Kirk, you have to look at these Stage 7's:

Course Gen Ed Category Review Status
CHAD 210, Child Abuse and Neglect K3 (Social Science Perspectives) Stage 7 (Needs revisions based on Committee feedback)

You've helped Recertify:

Course Gen Ed Category Review Status
[edit]
A New Student Seminar
C1 Writing
C2 Literature
C3 Communication
D Fine and Performing Arts
F1 Great Works and their Influences
F2 Philosophical and Religious Perspectives
G Computer Science
H Mathematics
I Natural Science Laboratory
J Physical Education
K1 American and European History
K2 Global Cultural Perspectives
K3 Social Science Perspectives
L Interdisciplinary Studies

Academic Success and Retention Programs

Anthropology

Art and Design

Biology and Molecular Biology

Center for Advising and Student Transitions

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Child Advocacy

Classics and General Humanities

Communication and Media

Computer Science

Earth and Environmental Studies

Economics, Finance and Real Estate

Educational Foundations

English

Exercise Science and Physical Education

Family and Child Studies

Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship

Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies

History

Honors

Information Management and Business Analytics

Justice Studies

Latin American and Latino Studies

Linguistics

Management

Marketing

Mathematical Sciences

Modern Languages and Literatures

Music

Nutrition and Food Science

Philosophy

Political Science and Law

Psychology

Public Health

Religion

Secondary and Special Education

Sociology

Spanish and Italian

Theatre and Dance

Writing Studies


Regular "maintenance" jobs... can be found at these two pages:

  • Things to do Every few days...‎ (caution, this page takes a while to load as it's got a LOT of database queries; be patient.)
  • And after Committee meetings, After-meeting stuff‎ (this one should load quicker.)

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ARPM 200 26 February 2016 15:47:25 Julie Kielb
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ARPH 200 26 February 2016 15:43:46 Julie Kielb
ARPA 200 26 February 2016 15:41:51 Julie Kielb
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ARCE 200 26 February 2016 15:29:04 Julie Kielb
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MATH 102 26 February 2016 14:49:06 Julie Kielb
HOSP 199 12 January 2016 20:04:17 Kirk McDermid
BIOL 109 12 January 2016 19:31:18 Kirk McDermid
RELG 256 12 January 2016 05:12:48 Kirk McDermid
MUGN 241 12 January 2016 04:43:22 Kirk McDermid
ANTH 170 12 January 2016 04:42:47 Kirk McDermid