Inventorying Your Program Using The Curriculum Alignment Tool (CAT)
What is the CAT Tool?
The open source Curriculum Alignment Tool is one approach for collecting data about your program’s courses and inventorying their instructional methods, assessments, and contributions to program learning outcomes. If your program is interested in using CAT, please contact the CAT_gmcte@usask.ca. If you are at another institution, please click below to learn more.
Reasons for Using CAT
What can faculty learn from using CAT?
Introduction to CAT for instructors and program administrators
For clearer picture, click the icon and select 720p. You may also download the video here (right-click and Save / Download).
How do I use CAT?
CAT User Guide – Step-by-step FAQ guide to the Curriculum Alignment Tool
Action Verb List – Word list of potential verbs for course or program learning outcomes
Curriculum Innovation and Renewal Cycle – The cyclical stages of informed imagining, inventory, identify discrepancies, implement, investigate impact and re-imagine.