Below is a partial list of resources of particular interest to faculty developing and reviewing lower division curriculum.
SB 1440 Resources
Archived documents are available on Senate Bill 1440 (Padilla), including a letter from the Academic Senate, a calendar detailing SB 1440 activities and trainings, and draft copy for college catalogs. Links to the Chancellor's Office webpage regarding SB 1440 and a FAQ document are also available. Please check back frequently on this page for updated information.
The Academic Senate and the CCC Chancellor’s Office drafted catalog language to describe the new associate degrees for transfer that have been developed under SB 1440. The language can be found in this resource document (March 2012). This document also contains sample language to describe the C-ID numbering system and instructions for displaying C-ID numbers. In addition, the Associate Degree for Transfer logos and the protocols for their use can be found at this link: http://californiacommunitycolleges.cccco.edu/Students/AssociateDegreeforTransfer/ADTLogos.aspx.
CCC Chancellor's Office SB 1440 Website Link
Listen to an archived informational webinar on how to develop a TMC-aligned degree.
Training for Implementation of CEC 66745-49: Creating AA-T and AS-T (SB 1440
Power Point Presentation
Submitting Course Outlines for C-ID Designation
Please click here to access the AO Guide to Submitting Course Outlines for C-ID Designation (Word or PDF). This document will guide you through the steps of submitting courses for C-ID designation as well as provide relevant policies and course review information. Please note that this document will be updated as technology improvements are made and/or to reflect any policy changes or additions. To access the most current training PowerPoint regarding submitting course outlines to C-ID please click here
Discipline Input Group Information
The purpose of the DIG meetings are to convene discipline faculty to review C-ID and LDTP course descriptors, create new descriptors as needed, and begin discussions on TMCs. DIG meetings took place in Spring 2011 on February 25th and March 11th and in Fall 2010 on October 7th and 8th.
Presentations and Reports
Several presentations and reports are available that provide useful information regarding C-ID. Check back frequently for new documents, links and resources.
C-ID Reimbursement Form and Policy
Academic Senate, University of California
Academic Senate California State University
Academic Senate for California Community Colleges
Discipline Listservs – Master List Instructions for subscribing or unsubscribing yourself to a discipline listserv
Statements on Curriculum Development and Quality
Contains adopted papers on curricular design, model course outlines of record ASCCC Publications Website: Searchable website containing all publications, including papers on SLOs, Forum articles, information about recent Title 5 changes, and other data pertinent to developing and updating curriculum Academic Senate CSU Documents.
ASCCC Publications Website
Searchable website containing all publications, including papers on SLOs, Rostrum articles, information about recent Title 5 changes, and other data pertinent to developing and updating curriculum.
Statewide Repositories of Information about Transfer and Transferable Courses
Home of information about articulation, as well as Exploring Majors, listing and linking majors and courses of study for UC and CSU, and containing many course outlines of record (speak with your campus Articulation Officer about accessing these sites available through ASSIST's portals) Transfer Counselors Statewide Website: A "one-stop repository of all pertinent California college and university information," including California Independent colleges and universities. Intended for use by counselors. Contains recently published IGETC Guidelines, with its clear statements about expectations for curricular content in IGETC areas.
A “one-stop repository of all pertinent California college and university information,” including California Independent colleges and universities. Intended for use by counselors. Contains recently published IGETC Guidelines, with its clear statements about expectations for curricular content in IGETC areas.