Update 6/25/2015: ICW is the group that focuses its attention on the Local Implementations of C-ID. Updates from the C-ID project, presentations at each plenary, CIO conference, and Institutes have informed the field.
Whereas, Academic Senate resolution 4.01 F09 called for the support of descriptor based articulation and the Course Identification Number System (C-ID) in general, including faculty participation in Faculty Discipline Review Groups (FDRGs) and review of course descriptors;
Whereas, C-ID is growing and expanding to include more disciplines and more higher education faculty, partly due to the establishment of associate degrees for transfer (AA-T and AS-T) and partly due to the benefits of intersegmental collaboration in the development of course descriptors and review of course outlines of record; and
Whereas, The growth of C-ID has led to an increased need to share information about this articulation process with curriculum committees, counselors, articulation officers, evaluators, discipline faculty, administrators, and students;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges urge local senates to identify liaisons to local faculty and administrators regarding information about C-ID and to solicit discipline faculty participation in the vetting of new descriptors and review of course outlines of record; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges provide resources for counselors and evaluators to help them successfully implement the use of C-ID designators locally.
MSC Disposition: Local Senates