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Overview of Curriculog Kennesaw State University’s Implementation Team
KSU’s Curriculog Team Dean Adams, Assoc. Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies David Baugher, Asst. Dean of the Graduate College Jennifer Figueroa, Administrative Assoc. to Provost Jamie Grimes, Academic Publications Manager Veronica Trammell, Assoc. Director of ITS Outreach Valerie Whittlesey, Assoc. VP for Curriculum Erik Bowe, Asst. VP & Chief Data Officer Shannon Clayton, Application Support for Enterprise Systems & Support (ESS) Ana Edwards, Interim Registrar Donna Hutcheson, Director of Enterprise Academic Reporting Elke Leeds, Asst. VP for Technology Enhanced Learning Viola Lee, Asst. Project Manager of ESS Rifka Mayani, Assoc. Director of ESS John Smith, Assoc. Registrar Tonya Sootes, Application Support of ESS Kim West, Asst. VP for Enrollment Services
Digital Architecture Company that provides two online solutions – Acalog- an electronic catalog system – Curriculog- an online curriculum management system
What is Acalog? KSU began using Digital Architecture’s Acalog in This solution allowed KSU to move from producing physical undergraduate and graduate catalogs to publishing the catalogs electronically on the web. Acalog is used by hundreds of colleges and universities. Acalog allows: – Easy clicks to access catalog information – Formatted and searchable sections of the catalogs – Ability to make real-time corrections to the catalogs – Interactive options that enable social media integration, including personal catalog portfolios and mobile device versions of the catalogs accessible on smart phones.
What is Curriculog? A newly developed curriculum management online solution. Curriculog allows: – Platform for adding, modifying, and terminating/deactivating curriculum proposals – Online curriculum proposal forms customized for KSU – Ability to set up review processes for each curricula action type including rule-based routing customized for KSU – Setting up curriculum meetings and agendas online – Tracking edits to proposals online from curriculum committees/administrators – Making curriculum decisions online and handle electronic signatures – Dashboards allowing users to view active proposals, keep track of own proposals, and those that need watching – Configurable fields enable providing KSU/USG curricular terminology – Ability to pull impact, bottleneck, and proposal status reports that can be exported.
KSU’s Benefits of Using Acalog and Curriculog Together Acalog and Curriculog integration allows: – Users completing a curriculum proposal to automatically pull relevant proposal form fields from acalog into the online proposals – KSU’s Campus Curriculog/Acalog Administrator to automatically push curriculum updates to Acalog and Banner once final approvals to proposals have occurred in Curriculog.
Curriculog in Action
Tracked Changes in Curriculog Changes are tracked through all steps of the approval process and can be filtered by user All persons involved in the approval process will have the opportunity to provide input on each proposal
Curriculog Campus Presentations Dean’s Council, April 17 Faculty Senate Executive Committee, April 22 Faculty Senate, April 29 GPCC, April 24 UPCC, April 25 Chairs’ Council, May 8
Curriculog Implementation Timeline Mid-May, 2013: Digital Architecture will have the Curriculog solution ready for KSU. Summer, 2013: KSU’s Curriculog team will test the system. August, 2013: Curriculog will be used for graduate courses and programs. August - December, 2013: Training of graduate curriculum committees and users bringing forth graduate proposals (& their associated Deans and Department Chairs). Late- March, 2014: Curriculog will be used for undergraduate courses and programs. March - December, 2014: Training of undergraduate curriculum committees and users bringing forth undergraduate proposals and the remaining academic administrators.