COCC has partnered with CourseLeaf to streamline the curriculum revision and approval process. CourseLeaf is a course inventory and curriculum management software with customized online dynamic forms and automated workflows, designed to ensure accuracy of courses and programs. All curriculum revisions are made through CourseLeaf.
Before Getting Started
Before revising curriculum through CourseLeaf, please review the submission deadlines and helpful resources for course development and program development.
Logging into CourseLeaf
Your user ID and password are the same as logging into your COCC computer.
Course and Program User Links (Faculty proposers)
CourseLeaf Course Management
CourseLeaf Program Management
CourseLeaf Approver Link (Chairs/Deans)
Chairs, Deans and Curriculum Committee will use the course approver guide and program approver guide when reviewing a proposal in CourseLeaf.
CourseLeaf Training (No RSVP necessary)
Eugen filmed one of our onsite training sessions for those who cannot make a training session below. CourseLeaf training video
- Wednesday, December 6
Training: 8 - 8:30 a.m. (PIO 200D)
Open Lab Workshop: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. (PIO 200D)
- Friday, December 15
Training: 3 - 3:30 p.m. (LIB 118)
Open Lab Workshop: 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. (LIB
- Monday, December 18
Training: 10 - 10:30 a.m. (PIO 200D)
Open Lab Workshop: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. (PIO 200D)
- You will need to complete all required fields in red even you only want to edit a field that is pre-populated (except “minor revision”).
- Full time faculty are set up to be editors of curriculum; any employee may request an account to view.
- Log out by closing the browser.
- For new programs that include new courses, revise and start workflow on courses first before creating new programs.
- If you are proposing a new program that will contain new courses, you need to propose and start workflow on the new courses first before you can create/start workflow a new program in CourseLeaf. This is because you cannot complete the program course requirements or sample plan in the new program form until the new courses are in workflow.
- If you are changing courses and related programs, start workflow on all your courses first, then programs, and then submit as a group in the same timeframe. This will ensure all the courses and associated programs go through Curriculum Committee together so you do not have to come through Curriculum Committee multiple times.
- If you are proposing a brand new subject or discipline, you will need to contact the Curriculum Office so we can enter the new subject/discipline in Banner and in CourseLeaf prior to revising curriculum.
Help with CourseLeaf
The Curriculum Office is available to answer any questions and assist faculty with using CourseLeaf. For curriculum related questions, please contact the Director of Curriculum and Assessment. For help using CourseLeaf, please contact the Instructional Systems Support Specialist.
Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Vickery Viles - email@example.com
Instructional Systems Support Specialist
Erika Carman - firstname.lastname@example.org