Courseleaf: CIM and CAT

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In Fall 2017, UNCG elected to implement the Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) and Catalog (CAT) modules of the CourseLeaf system produced by Leepfrog. CIM and CAT replace the existing processes for proposing, reviewing, and approving changes to courses and programs, and the annual production of the University Catalog (formerly the Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletins).

CIM enables online submission, editing, tracking, and approval of new and existing courses and programs.

CAT enables the editing and publishing of catalog content to web, mobile, and print (PDF) platforms.

An integrated, web-based system, CourseLeaf’s CIM and CAT modules will significantly enhance UNCG’s curriculum and catalog by providing faculty and staff with more efficient, accurate, and accessible management of the University’s curriculum and catalog.

Project Timeline

Catalog (CAT) Project Kick Off

September 1, 2017

Implementation of the CAT module of the CourseLeaf system begins with the goal of producing and publishing a new University Catalog format integrating the existing undergraduate and graduate bulletins.

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Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) Project Kick Off

January 1, 2018

Work on the implementation of the CIM module of the CourseLeaf system begins to replace the existing curriculum forms and processes with online course and program proposal forms and workflows.

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CAT Phase 1

August 1, 2018

The first University Catalog produced using the CourseLeaf CAT module is published at

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CIM and CAT User Training

February 1, 2019

Training for faculty and staff on the CAT and CIM modules takes place from February 5-8. Register for sessions online. Where to register Upcoming training opportunities Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Thursday, February 7, 2019 Friday, February 8, 2019

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Begin submitting curriculum proposals in CIM

February 1, 2019

CIM available for users to begin submitting curriculum proposals for the 2020-2021 academic year and catalog edition.

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