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Town Halls on 2016-17 KU Core Assessment Process

From: 
DeAngela Burns-Wallace, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies
Sent: 
Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 10:54 a.m.
To: 
KU Lawrence Faculty

Please mark your calendars for an upcoming Town Hall on the 2016-17 KU Core Review.

The University Core Curriculum Committee will begin reviewing Goal 2 Learning Outcomes 1 and 2 (Written and Oral Communication) and Goal 3 (Breadth of Knowledge – Arts & Humanities) courses next academic year. All courses that have been taught since Fall 2013 as courses meeting these learning outcomes will be up for review. In order to help departments and faculty prepare their reports on these courses, two Town Halls will be held:

  • Monday, May 2, 11 a.m.-noon, Ballroom, Kansas Union
  • Tuesday, May 3, 4-5 p.m., Divine Nine Room, Kansas Union

The Chair of the UCCC, Prof. Edward (Ted) Peltier and Vice Provost DeAngela Burns-Wallace, will discuss the process for preparing reports and submitting them through the Assessment System Online (ASO), as well as the timeline for review and response by the Committee.

The review process is summarized on the assessment website: http://assessment.ku.edu/ku-core-review-instruction

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