Getting Started: Course Outlines
What is a Course Outline?
The Course Outline document is an official document that can only be updated through a revision process led by the Program Planning, Development, & Renewal (PPDR) department. Faculty are required to use the official Course Outline which is available on the "S" Drive in SLC.me to create an associated Learning Plan.
Faculty should review the Course Outline and the Learning Plan document with students before starting their first lesson every semester to ensure the learning expectations are properly communicated to all students. These documents should also be made available in Blackboard by uploading them to the prescribed content area within the Bb course site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find my Course Outline?
Log into SLC.me
Select on "File Shares" icon to access shared college documents
Select on "S Drive" from the list of folders
Select "CourseOutlines" and select the "Public" sub folder
All course outlines are categorized alphabetically and can be download onto a device. e.g., MATH110 under M
Faculty should ensure they find the most recent version of their Course Outline by reviewing the file name
e.g., MACH104W20K is the Course Outline used in the most recent Winter 2020 semester.
e.g., MACH104F19K is the Course Outline used in the previous Fall 2019 semester.
When should I use the Course Outline template?
The Course Outline template should only be used by faculty who are engaged in a course renewal process led by PPDR.