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​Hope you have some free time because this is going to take a while to explain...

The implementation of CurricUNET represents an opportunity for OC to rethink its concept of operations surrounding curriculum management.  Title III is endeavoring to facilitate an implementation that leaves no stone unturned and provides as many stakeholders as possible with as much information as they want about the implementation and to provide feedback.  We are looking at all aspects of curriculum management at OC: identifying stakeholder roles & responsibilities, levels of assessment (i.e. course, institution, program, etc.) and workflows.  To that end, we have compiled and organized the information below.  It is best to follow the sequence left to right, top to bottom, as concepts from one area build on others.  Also, opportunities for feedback with guiding questions Title III needs feedback on in order to implement CurricUNET in consideration of as many perspectives as possible are found throughout the areas below.  

Please take your time with this and keep in mind Title III will be collecting feedback throughout all of February.  Also, Lara and Jackie are happy to attend a department meeting and go over any or all of the materials below and collect feedback face to face.  The information is organized and best viewed sequentially.  We also recommend you either print or have the documents open to refer to when providing feedback.


Strategic Alignment

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Stakeholder Roles & Responsibilities


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Implementation Timeline


Grant Goal Objective: By September 2019, faculty from 15 departments will participate in an assessment workshop.

Year 1: Evaulate current assessment protocols.  Develop comprehensive assessment plan for OC.  Create staggered stipend model for faculty professional development moving forward.  Schedule general assessment training for interested faculty.  Schedule content-specific                             assessment training for one program.  
            Progress Year 1: Complete (draft assessment plan submitted, stipend model in place, Dr. Dave Veazey general assessment workshop at Opening Days, Dr. Daniel Leister from Alverno for English assessment workshop during Opening Days)
​Year 2: Hold assessment training for faculty in 2 programs/departments.
Year 3: Hold assessment training for faculty in 3 programs/departments.
Year 4: Hold assessment training for faculty in 4 programs/departments.
Year 5: Hold assessment training for faculty in 5 programs/departments.
​​Grant Goal Objective: By September 2019, OC will implement a curriculum  management system across 15 departments.
Year 1: Evaluate curriculum management system best-suited to OC.  Begin audit of current course outlines, program outcomes and syllabi across dvisions.
            Progress Year 1: Complete (CurricUNET selected as curriculum management system)
Year 2: Purchase curriculum management system and create plan for implementation across divisions.  Input data for 2 programs (as pilots).
Year 3: Continue audit and input 4 programs.
Year 4: Continue audit and input 4 programs.
Year 5: Continue audit and input 5 programs.

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​What is the IDI? The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) assesses intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities. Intercultural competence has been identified as a critical capability in a number of studies focusing on overseas effectiveness of international sojourners, international business adaptation and job performance, international student adjustment, international transfer of technology and information, international study abroad, and inter-ethnic relations within nations. The Intercultural Development Inventory is a 50-item questionnaire available online that can be completed in 15–20 minutes.​​Grant Goal Objective: By 2019, ​55% of full-time faculty, staff and administration will participate in an assessment of intercultural competencies.

Year 1: 20%              Progress Year 1: 18%
Year 2: 35%              
Year 3: 40%
Year 4: 50%
Year 5: 55%
​Professional Development and Intercultural Competence ​In order to assist in heightening campus intercultural competence in achieving Goal 1, Title III has funded and facilitated multiple professional development workshops. These include the following Opening Days sessions: "Pathways to Persistence," "Reframing At-Risk to High Potential," and "BARNGA: A Simulation of Culutral Clashes."​Grant Goal Objective: 45% will participate in student success focused workshops/presentations and apply findings to classrooms and services.
Year 1: 15%              Progress Year 1: 41%
Year 2: 25%
Year 3: 30%
Year 4: 40%
Year 5: 45%

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Professional Development: A Canvas training course on Starfish is almost ready to launch! Instruction has pre-approved 0.125 PDUs for completion.  An email from Trish Christean with details is coming soon.Grant Goal Objective: OC will implement an early alert academic support system.

Year 1: Create and beta test a Canvas early alert training course for faculty.  Create a cross-functional implementation team to evaluate                    post-referral activity and success.                      Progress Year 1: Complete
Year 2: Configure Starfish early alert program, including Connect module, to better track students from referral to resource to outcome.                     Coordinate post-ctcLink program in accordance with implementation team's recommendations.
Year 3: Assist in post-ctcLink early alert coordination/transition.  Create and publish intranet data dashboard for faculty and advisor                           review.
Year 4: At least 10 programs have faculty utilizing the early alert program.
Year 5: At least 20 programs have faculty utilizing the early alert program.
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Grant Goal Objective: 90% of faculty teaching online will participate in online/hybrid training (within the past two years).

Year 1: 65% of faculty teaching online                      Progress Year 1: 44% (SBCTC Canvas/OER, QM, etc.)
Year 2: 70% of faculty teaching online
Year 3: 80% of faculty teaching online
Year 4: 85% of faculty teaching online
Year 5: 90% of faculty teaching online​
​Grant Goal Objective: The number of online/hybrid classes offered will increase by 53 unique classes.

Year 1: 4 new online/hybrid courses                               Progress Year 1: 11 new online/hybrid courses
Year 2: 7 new online/hybrid courses
Year 3: 11 new onlnie/hybrid courses
Year 4: 14 new online/hybrid courses 
Year 5: 17 new online/hybrid courses
​Grant Goal Objective: Improve orientation for students (including those new to online learning).

Year 1: Evaluate current new online learner course options and enrollment trends.   Progress Year 1: Complete (plus revision of GEN-S 97)
Year 2: Develop/revise and launch orientation model for 1 new student community (i.e. Veterans/Military).
Year 3: Develop/revise and launch orientation model for 1 new student community.
Year 4: Develop/revise and launch orientation model for 1 new student community.
Year 5: Develop/revise and launch orientation model for 1 new student community.
Grant Goal Objective: At least 30 courses will use open educational resources (OER) or other cost-effective textbooks (<$50).

Year 1: Gather information, verify baseline                     Progress Year 1: 191 courses (as per survey and/or bookstore records)
Year 2: At least 5 courses 
Year 3: At least 15 courses
Year 4: At least 25 courses
Year 5: At least 30 courses 

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Sample WorkflowsGrant Goal Objectives: A minimum of 3 processes per year will undergo business process review (BPR); time and cost-saving efficiencies will be employed.

Year 1: Projects identified, prioritized                             Progress Year 1: Projects identified/prioritizes, 7 processes completed (current and                                                                                             future workflows established)
Year 2: BPR of 3 processes
Year 3: BPR of 3 processes
Year 4: BPR of 3 processes
Year 5: BPR of 3 processes
Grant Goal Objectives: OC will complete the transition to the statewide Enterprise Resource Planning System (ctcLink).

Year 1: ctcLink team identified - rearch underway           Progress Year 1: Complete (Program Manager: Rich Lunden)
​Year 2: OC/SBCTC process systems identified, cross walked/mapped​
​Year 3: OC data & processes prepared for/transitioned to ctcLink
​Year 4: ctcLink migration problems identified and resolved
​Year 5: Transition complete​


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