Indiana State University Launches eCurriculum for Higher Education

9-1-2012

Indiana State University located in Terre Haute, IN educates a little over 11,000 students on an urban campus about 75 miles southwest of Indianapolis. For the past seven years it has been ranked as one of the best Midwest colleges by the Princeton Review. Last year, it also made Forbes’ Best Colleges List for the first time. Indiana State University prides itself on the producing well-rounded students through its challenging degree course work. Recently, Indiana State University’s Physician Assistant Program teamed up with AllofE to bring in our advanced curriculum management and mapping software tool, eCurriculum for Higher Education.

With eCurriculum HE, the Physician Assistant Program will be able to align ARC-PA Standards, NCCPA Competencies and Blueprints, and Medical Topics to their course work, enabling them to better track where and when certain standards are getting covered. With each instructor able to map their curriculum in one centralized location, they can work together to fill gaps and reduce redundancies within the program curricula. Then they will be able to use the customized and automatically generated website to share the program’s entire curriculum with the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant.

eCurriculum HE is a web-based curriculum management and mapping system for professionally accredited programs and academic schools. With eCurriculum HE, educators can align standards to courses, evaluate student performances, and track student mastery. It boasts unit maps, curriculum and student score dashboards, rubrics, reports, and various student, resource, and curriculum management tools, making the whole curriculum management and mapping process quick and easy for administrators and instructors.