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Montcalm Community College
Rob Spohr, VP of Academic Affairs
The Challenge: When the Higher Learning Commission placed an increased emphasis on student communication and clear articulation of goals in courses, Montcalm Community College began the search for a better way. Old institutional processes for syllabus creation failed to provide adequate mechanisms to track or analyze success with requirements. Furthermore, institutional resources were limited, and a manual review of every course syllabus for compliance was not feasible.
The Challenge: Palm Beach State College supported syllabus publishing for years through a homegrown platform. However, as functional needs increased, such as integration with the institution’s faculty directory portal, PantherNet, and user support continued, research for an alternative solution gained traction—ultimately resulting in the selection and implementation of Simple Syllabus.
The Challenge: Instructors and staff at San Juan College never imagined how time-consuming continual updates to the curriculum could be—manually updating two different but similar documents, a syllabus, and a course guide. Additionally, these crucial documents did not meet accessibility standards—a problem experienced by many institutions as they look to enhance student capabilities. Furthermore, tracking changes and ensuring accurate content was manual and cumbersome.