The Community College Experience: AF aculty Perspective by 0L4UyZ65

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									             C-ID and
Associate Degrees for Transfer:
  Successes and Challenges Ahead

       CIAC Conference Spring 2012
Presenters:
Jane Patton, C-ID & CCA Grant Faculty Coordinator

Pam Brown Schachter, C-ID Articulation Liaison


Panelists:

Dave DeGroot & Cathy Beane -- members of
       C-ID Advisory Committee

Jack Saunders-- ICW Committee

Barbara Swerkes -- CSU Chancellor’s Office, C-ID Advisory
Committee & ICW
        C-ID: Preview


   Overview of C-ID

Status   of Descriptors,
    Disciplines and FDRG Work

   Brief Review of Spring 2012 AO
    Survey Results
Associate Degrees for Transfer: Preview



    Implementation status of Associate Degrees
     for Transfer

    CCA Grant: focus and goals (Complete College
     America)


    Status of TMCs and Next Steps

    Counseling Materials being developed
   a supra-numbering system

   a response to mandates and needs

   a published set of course descriptors

   a intersegmental, voluntary faculty-driven effort


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   Present number of descriptors: 294 (Ag140)

   Number of disciplines with descriptors:
    22 (final) 9 (in progress)

    Disciplines and descriptors presently in progress =
    59

   1,261 courses approved in C-ID (15 disciplines)

   83 CCC campuses have courses with C-ID
       In-progress Disciplines
       (Descriptors & TMCs)
   Journalism
   Geography
   Anthropology
   Spanish
   Philosophy
   Radio/TV/Film
        Spring 2012 AO Survey Results
   Total respondents = 111;
           75 CCC / 15 CSU/ 7 UC / 10 Ind / 4 did not identify
   Presently participating in C-ID? Yes = 78 (73% of total);
          63 submitting CCC / 15 receiving CSU / Ind
   Plan to participate in the future?
          7 yes / 2 no / 17 (65.5%) not sure / undecided
   If no, why not?
       Lack of time/no clerical support
       Articulation is not a top priority at the moment/time and resources dedicated
        to direct articulation with primary feeders
       Broader participation would probably need system-level encouragement (UC)
                 Survey results (cont.)
 Additional support services that C-ID could
    provide?
   More staffing and/or time (for the AO)

   Step-by-step instructions with options for different levels
    of participation in C-ID (independent campuses)

   New AOs, simply need training to help clarify process

   Linking with ASSIST

   Have Chancellors’ offices write letters to VP,VPIs and
    Pres. Stressing benefits to students and counseling staff
                Survey results (cont.)
C-ID support services                    utilized / find helpful
    AO monthly updates                    (95%)     /   (90%)
    AO Power Point training               (36.5%) /     (40%)
    NCIAC/SCIAC/CIAC presentations (61%)           /    (57%)
    E-mail contact with C-ID personnel (81%)       /    (83%)
    Phone contact with C-ID personnel (42%)        /    (43%)
    Other: Website is utilized /helpful (3); having a person respond to
     your request is extremely helpful
            Survey results (cont)
 Overall, the C-ID support services are adequate/timely?
   Yes (70%) / (79%)
   No (5.5%) / (3%)
   Not sure/undecided (25%) / (18%)

• Additional support services you would like C-ID to provide
   Nothing; everything is fine; personnel are great
   Speed up the approval process
   Report to AOs on disciplines that may need longer than a
     3 month turn around
   Downloadable spreadsheet showing updated listing of C-ID
    approved courses to track the status of my courses
   Training or webinars on purpose/history of C-ID
   Checklist of info on how to prepare course info for submission
   More in-person workshops/training
   Fundamental principle of C-ID and TMC :
    developed through intersegmental faculty
    agreements

   TMC---founded on C-ID (system and content)

   C-ID descriptors: evidence of course content
    and quality
        18 Approved TMCs
•   Administration of Justice   •   Kinesiology
•   Art History                 •   Mathematics
•   Business Administration     •   Music
•   Communication Studies       •   Physics
•   Early Childhood Education   •   Political Science
•   Elementary Teacher          •   Psychology
    Education                   •   Sociology
•   English                     •   Studio Arts
•   Geology                     •   Theater Arts
•   History
        Upcoming TMCs
◦ Journalism
◦ Spanish
◦ Biology
                     Challenging disciplines
◦ Computer Science   we’re working with:
                     Chemistry
◦ Geography
                     Nursing
◦ Anthropology
                     Engineering
◦ Philosophy
◦ Radio, TV, Film
             Misc. info:

   > 331 degrees approved so far
   Pressures for more degrees
    (BoG & IOC & nationally)
   7 Webinars on developing degrees
   C-ID in ASSIST
     Other Tasks in the Works
   ICW: identifying next disciplines
   IOC: setting policies
   Development of counseling materials
       Regional “train the trainer” meetings in
    August
       Webinars
       Orientation PPTs
   CCA Grant
CSU Perspectives…
Challenges & Discussion with Panel

     Need for double counting
     Reciprocity
     Workload for AOs
     Faculty involvement in C-ID, FDRGs
     Developing local degrees
     Roles of AOs
     Credit by exam
      Thanks
  for being here!

Questions & comments:
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