Collaborate

    • Collaboration is the capability to distribute curriculum proposals, program rules and maps for review and feedback to groups of reviewers
    • Provides a real-time environment where reviewers, in parallel, review and critique content by leaving and responding to comments made directly on curriculum, proposals and maps.
    • Through the use of highly-visual change tracking, reviewers can optimise their time and effort by focussing only on the areas of change (for example, within an amendment proposal).
    • Authors and proposers can respond to comments online and in real-time. They can update the content under review and can respond to comments or mark comments as “resolved”.
    • email notifications are automatically sent to invitees requesting their participation in reviews. Ease-of-use hyperlinks embedded in emails take reviewers directly to the items under review.
    • A dashboard enables review initiators to track and manage the status of reviews, including monitoring those reviewers who have completed, or have yet to complete a review.
    • All feedback comments and tracked changes are recorded and maintained as part of historical information.
    • Supports reviews containing single items (e.g. a Program or Course only) or packages of related information (e.g. a Major, its related Courses, and a Map).
    • Answering the question “Who changed What, When and Why?” can now be swiftly and easily achieved.

Other CMS key features

Course management

Design

Provides a centralised, collaborative environment to create, amend and view all types of curriculum – Programs, Courses & Classes.

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Course catalogue

Map

Enables the tracing of attributes such as Graduate Attributes to Program Learning Outcomes, to Course Learning Outcomes, to Assessment Tasks and Learning Activities as required.

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Curriculum management

Publishing and Integrations

The Publish module provides an extensive set of capabilities to manage the controlled distribution of approved curriculum information to dependant, external systems.

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