While serving the Immaculata University community in researching new curriculum, the Office of Curriculum Development and Support (CDS) has a special commitment to the College of LifeLong Learning's accelerated programs.
Our office mission encapsulates what we do and how we serve the University community: The Office of Curriculum Development and Support is committed to serving as a resource for the University's academic support, particularly in attending to the needs of the module-based and online accelerated programs, providing assistance in developing new academic ventures, supporting academic learning assessment across campus, and offering training to adjunct instructors and curriculum developers.
CDS Office Services
The Office of Curriculum Development and Support provides a number of services to the Immaculata University community, including:
Oversight of development and editing of accelerated program curriculum
Assistance with the development of IU Online course curriculum
Support for self-studies and other new program development processes
Training programs for adjunct instructors in the accelerated programs
Maintenance of a resource site for all College of LifeLong Learning instructors
Support and guidance with academic assessment initiatives across campus
CDS Office Locations
CDS staff members are located in three locations across the Villa Maria/Lourdes complex: on the second floor of Lourdes Hall (room 213), on the second floor of Villa Maria Hall (Room 216), and on the first floor of Villa Maria (Room 122). The CDS offices provide service weekdays during regular business hours.
Please search this site for more information about our accelerated adjunct faculty (orientation and teaching) workshops and for additional resources.
Office of Curriculum Development and Support, Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA 19345-0664. 610-647-4400, ext. 3062, 3187, or 3033. FAX: 610-251-1668 email@example.com