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- Articulation Officer Subgroup
- Submitting Course Outlines for C-ID Designation
- Submitting Course Outlines for Comparability – CSU
- C-ID Appeals Process
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Articulation Officers are encouraged to frequent this page often for updates and announcements from the C-ID system. This page will share monthly updates to AOs, information on the Discipline Input Group meetings, and upcoming C-ID presentation dates for AOs. If you would like to see any additional information included or have questions about this page, please contact the C-ID staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To access the CSU courses that have been identified by campuses as comparable to C-ID descriptors, use the COURSES tab or http://www.c-id.net/courses. You can search for courses by discipline or CSU campus.
Members of the C-ID Advisory Committee and the Intersegmental Curriculum Workgroup ("ICW") provided an update for the Articulation Officers at the CIAC conference on April 26, 2012, regarding implementation of the new associate degrees for transfer. Click to view the PowerPoint presentation.
The purpose of the Articulation Officer Subgroup is to support and assist the work of C-ID. Members will have interaction with C-ID leadership, Articulation Officer Liaison, staff, technical staff, Advisory Committee members, faculty discipline group members, and other Articulation Officers from all higher-education segments in California. Members will work independently under general direction from the Articulation Officer Liaison and will also collaborate and coordinate closely with C-ID leadership and staff.
The primary duties of the members are to serve as an ambassador for C-ID at the regional level to communicate effectively the goals, objectives, and activities of C-ID, to encourage the participation of faculty and the articulation community in C-ID, and serve as the “earpiece” for regional issues relative to C-ID. Members will have the opportunity to work with discipline faculty to support the C-ID descriptor and TMCs (as needed) development, implementation, and review process.
C-ID AO Subgroup Membership
|Deanna Abma||City College of San Francisco|
|Bernie Day||Foothill College|
|Dave DeGroot||Allan Hancock College|
|Richard Cortes||Glendale College|
|Patty Faiman||California State University, Northridge|
|CJ Chaney||California State University, Stanislaus|
|Erica Lassen||California State University, Fresno|
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. The most current training for submitting course outlines PowerPoint is now available.
If you missed the AO Refresher Trainings offered in November 2013, you can click here to access the PowerPoint presentation: AO Refresh Training PDF. This document will provide you with answers to most commonly asked questions, as well as helpful tips when submitting courses into C-ID. To access the archived webinar, please visit cccconfer.org, and click on “View Archives” beneath the Webinars logo. The archive is titled AO Refresher Training from 11/21/2013.
When a course is identified by a CSU campus as comparable to C-ID descriptor, the CSU course indicated will articulate with approved California Community College courses with that C-ID designation. Comparable identification does not imply CSU-to-CSU articulation, nor does it imply reverse articulation of CSU-to-CCC courses. To access instructions on how to submit courses, click here.
The C-ID Appeals Process document explains how to submit a formal appeal if you and/or your faculty would like to appeal a determination given to your course submission. The C-ID appeals process helps us to identify and improve our existing process and we value the input of the discipline faculty and the articulation officers to make the C-ID system work and function better. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the C-ID Staff at email@example.com.
Summer C-ID Update (pdf)