Courseleaf

Courseleaf: CIM and CAT

Objectives

  • Implement an online curriculum proposal, review, and approval process.
  • Enable publication and maintenance of clear, accessible, and accurate catalog content.
  • Deploy a University-wide system of record for curriculum proposals and catalog content.

Who is involved?

Project Sponsor: Dana Dunn, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

Project Director: Kristine Sunda, Executive Director

Project Manager: Elizabeth Cranford

Project Leadership Team:

  • Michael Gaines, University Registrar
  • Kelly Burke, Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School
  • Jodi Pettazzoni, Associate Vice Provost and Director

Project Team:

University Registrar’s Office

  • Michael Gaines
  • Lisa Henline
  • Della Hawes

Graduate School

  • Kelly Burke
  • Mary Early
  • Ian Draves

Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning

  • Jodi Pettazzoni
  • Lynn Wyrick
  • Kim Zinke

Faculty

  • Janet Lilly
  • Scott Howerton
  • Aaron Terranova
  • Pam Brown
  • Lynne Lewallen
  • Larry Taube

CIM Administrators:

  • Jodi Pettazzoni, Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning
  • Lynn Wyrick, Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning
  • Della Hawes, University Registrar’s Office (Undergraduate)
  • Ian Draves, Graduate School (Graduate)

CAT Administrators:

  • Tim Cripe, University Registrar’s Office (Undergraduate)
  • Ian Draves, Graduate School (Graduate)

CIM and CAT User Roles

  • CIM Course Authors: a faculty member (tenured, tenure-track, and non-tenure track) who may create and submit curriculum proposals for courses within their respective departments and academic areas.
  • CIM Program Authors: a faculty member (tenured, tenure-track, and non-tenure track) who may create and submit curriculum proposals for programs within their respective departments and academic areas.
  • CIM Approvers: individuals who have the authority to approve course and program proposals in workflow (department, college/school, and university curriculum committees and committee chairs; department heads/chairs; and associate deans).
  • CAT Content/Page Owners: the individual in a department, college or school, or other unit who owns the content appearing on their respective page in the University Catalog. This includes Department Heads/Chairs, Deans or Associate Deans, Directors of Graduate Study, Directors of Undergraduate Study, and Program Directors.
  • CAT Content/Page Managers: the individual designated by a department, college or school, or other unit with responsibility for making and submitting edits to non-curricular content on their unit’s respective pages in the University Catalog. (This may be the same individual as the content/page owner or a different individual.)