- Explain the most important sources of course and program information available to students.
- Develop a design document that clearly communicates the expected learning accomplishments and course structure of a program.
- Develop a plan to improve the quality of syllabi and their accessibility by various constituents.
- Develop a plan to improve the management process for catalog and syllabus development, approval, and publishing.
- Develop a rubric to help faculty author and review syllabi.
- Construct a Course Bulletin/Prospectus that enables students to select courses based on their preferred instructional mode and other important characteristics.
- Construct and share end of course surveys and faculty online portfolios that provide relevant information that helps students select courses and instructors.
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