Curriculum Review Conversations is part-workshop series and part-community of practice to help get your curriculum review off to a great start and to maintain momentum throughout the process. Join us for sessions beginning Aug. 31, 2023.
CR at the University of Calgary includes undergraduate major programs and course-based master’s programs.
What are the aims of the CR process?
The CR process is intended to be collaborative, meaningful, and reasonable in scope, and to contribute to purposeful and positive change for staff and students who teach and learn within a program of study.
Curriculum Review is part of the Quality Assurance process at the University of Calgary
At the UCalgary, Curriculum Review (CR) is a critical examination of academic programs for the purpose of optimizing student learning experiences led collaboratively by academic staff who teach within the program. The aim is to understand how well these programs support and contribute to student learning experiences and how they can be enhanced. The CR process includes a report and action plan for enhancing the program. An interim progress report is submitted to the VPTL’s office at the mid-point of the review cycle.