Design

    •  Provides a centralised, collaborative environment to create, amend and view all types of curriculum – Programs, Courses & Classes.
    • Provides dashboards, with configurable filters, to quickly and easily search and find the curriculum of interest.
    • Supports iterative development of new curriculum in an interactive sandbox environment. Potential Programs and courses can be developed, enhanced, and reviewed over periods or weeks, months, or years.
    • University Administrators can define and iteratively refine templates in an Agile manner, to enforce university wide standardisation, or to permit faculty, college or school specific variations.
    •  The browser-based solution is fully accessible to users with visual impairments. It is WCAG2.0 AA compliant and extensively meets AAA requirements.
    • Includes a fully-configurable, state-based Workflow engine to manage the progression of curriculum through the approvals processes.
    • Highly intuitive reports provide users and management with the status of all in-flight curriculum proposals, a view of historical progression and insights into potential hotspots or bottlenecks.
    • The entire design capability is “template” driven. Templates define the information associated with a Program, Course or Class. They include all student facing curriculum information (i.e. as provided in Handbooks or Outlines) and all administrative information (e.g. approvals, justification, marketing, regulatory information, and more).
    • Program Rules can be created and maintained in a centralised on-line repository where they are version controlled, change tracked and can be collaboratively reviewed and approved.
    • All terminology is fully configurable, e.g. Programs/Courses/Classes or Courses/Subjects/Subject Outlines
    • Incorporates a full content and configuration management capability that includes change tracking, versioning, state management, access privileges & auditing.
    • Serves as the Single Source of Truth for all curriculum information in the university.
    • Provides the ability to “package” a set of related curriculum into a Proposal for unified progression through the approvals processes.

Other CMS key features

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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Collaborate

Collaboration is the capability to distribute curriculum proposals, program rules and maps for review and feedback to groups of reviewers

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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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