Faculty Participation

 

Faculty Needed

 

Faculty Discipline Review Group (FDRG)

FDRGs are a key component of C-ID processes for both descriptor and Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) development and revision. FDRGs consist of faculty from each discipline participating in C-ID processes, representing all segments of higher education in California. FDRGs are responsible for gathering input from discipline colleagues throughout the state to inform the development and ongoing maintenance of course descriptors and TMC. FDRG members are selected for their experience with curriculum development and intersegmental work.

If you are interested in participating as an FDRG member for C-ID, please complete the FDRG participant information survey.

CSU faculty are needed to participate as FDRG members in the following disciplines:

  • Administration of Justice
  • Agriculture
  • Anthropology
  • Business Administration
  • Child and Adolescent Development
  • Computer Science
  • Communication Studies
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Film, Television, and Electronic Media
  • Geology
  • Global Studies
  • History
  • Journalism
  • Law, Public Policy, and Society
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Social Work and Human Services
  • Social Justice Studies
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Studio Arts
  • Theater

CCC faculty are needed to participate as FDRG members in the following disciplines:

  • Administration of Justice
  • Agriculture
  • Computer Science
  • Elementary Teacher Education
  • English
  • Film, Television and Electronic Media
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • Global Studies
  • Hospitality Management
  • Journalism
  • Law, Public Policy, and Society
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Social Justice Studies
  • Social Work and Human Services
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Studio Arts

 

Course Outline of Record Evaluator (CORE)

COREs are discipline faculty members who evaluate CCC course outlines of record submitted for C-ID designation. COREs are appointed by the Academic Senates of each segment of higher education (CCC, CSU, UC) to serve in this role and are selected based on their experience with curriculum development and review processes. 

If you are interested in participating as a CORE for C-ID, please complete the CORE participant information survey.

CSU faculty are needed to participate as COREs in the following disciplines:

  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • English
  • Global Studies
  • Journalism
  • Philosophy
  • Public Health
  • Social Work & Human Services
  • Theatre Arts

CCC faculty are needed to participate as COREs in the following disciplines:

  • Film, Television & Electronic Media
  • Social Justice Studies
  • Social Work and Human Services
  • Studio Arts

 

C-ID Committees

 

Intersegmental Curriculum Council (formerly Intersegmental Curriculum Workgroup)

The Intersegmental Curriculum Council (ICC) serves as an intersegmental body that reviews and recommends policies, criteria, and processes for developing, reviewing, revising, and deleting intersegmental curriculum including Transfer Model Curricula (TMCs). The ICW was established in 2009 to provide oversight for the implementation of SB 1440. The committee consists of representatives including CCC faculty, CSU faculty, a CCC and a CSU Articulation Officer, the C-ID Curriculum Director, ASCCC staff, two representatives from the Chancellor’s Offices of both the CCC and CSU, a member representing the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU), and a member representing Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).  The committee is chaired by a CCC faculty member appointed by the ASCCC.

The ICC (formerly ICW) is responsible for developing and modifying criteria for new TMC development, providing oversight for the implementation of policies and processes for review, revision, and discontinuance of TMCs, convening of intersegmental stakeholders to implement and align TMCs and Model Curriculum to transfer pathways where appropriate, providing input on processes and policies for determinations of similar and TMC acceptance by the CSU. The ICC (formerly ICW) functions as the final approval body for Transfer Model Curricula. 

If you are interested in participating as a faculty member for IC,C please complete the ASCCC Faculty Application for Statewide Service.

2023-24 Membership

ICW Responsibilities and Membership


C-ID Advisory Committee

The C-ID Advisory Committee consists of representatives from the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, CSU Academic Senate, C-ID project staff, CCC Chancellor’s Office, CSU Chancellor’s Office, and the California Intersegmental Articulation Council (CIAC).

The purpose of the committee is to provide oversight and direction related to policies and processes for C-ID numbering, descriptor development, review, revision, and deletion. Responsibilities include the development, review, and revision of policies and processes for C-ID; developing and maintaining processes for Course Outline of Record Evaluator and Primary Reviewer training; facilitating communication with intersegmental stakeholders; and providing input on the functionality and efficiency of the C-ID website and interface. The committee is chaired by the C-ID Curriculum Director, a CCC faculty position that is recruited and appointed by the ASCCC. 
If you are interested in participating as a faculty member for C-ID Advisory, please complete the ASCCC Faculty Application for Statewide Service.

2023-24 Membership

 

C-ID Course Outline Submission and Review Login

For Articulation Officers - Log in using the username and password provided to your college articulation officer. Once logged in you will be able to submit course outlines for review against C-ID course descriptors. Please read the AO Guide to Submitting Course Outlines for C-ID Designation document. 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. You can now access the most current training PowerPoint regarding submitting course outlines to C-ID.

Want to appeal a decision? Please read the C-ID Appeals Process document.

For Course Reviewers - Log in using your assigned username and password. Forgot this information? Email c-idsupport@asccc.org and you will receive an email containing your username and password. Once logged in you will be able to view the list of courses you have been assigned to review by clicking on your username in the upper right corner of the website landing page. Click here to View Reviewer Instructions which will guide you through the course outline review process.

You can now view a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) from C-ID course reviewers (COREs). 

For Primary Reviewers - Log in using your assigned username and password. Forgot this information? Email c-idsupport@asccc.org and you will receive an email containing directions to change your password. Once logged in you will be able to view the list of courses you have been assigned and the ability to assign faculty reviewers to those courses. Click here to View Instructions to guide you with assigning reviewers and other important primary reviewer functions.

Resources for Course Reviewers and Primary Reviewers – Click here to review the C-ID Norming and Training Resource for Course Outline of Record (CoR) Primary Reviewers and Regular Faculty Reviewers. In addition, you may click here to access a training PowerPoint which will guide you through the online review process and the technical steps necessary to review courses. Primary Reviewers can access the most recent Primary Reviewer Training Webinar here.