The topic has been addressed through breakouts at the Curriculum Institute, Plenary Sessions, Curriculum Regional meetings, and Rostrum articles.
Whereas, The Course Identification (C-ID) process, under the guidance of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, provides a course designator as a means to articulate courses, recognize common requirements in particular courses, and fulfill the core or course options in Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC); and
Whereas, ASSIST.org, the website designed to support students and student services professionals, will include C-ID numbers in the near future and will greatly enhance student course selection options and understanding of how courses at colleges meet requirements at community colleges and universities in the state;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges encourage discipline faculty to work with their articulation officers to submit courses to C-ID for review and awarding of a C-ID designation.
MSC Disposition: Local Senates