Courseleaf Curriculum & Catalog Management

syllabus software

ATTENTION FACULTY
Do you want an easier way to build your syllabus?

Towson University is looking to roll out a new syllabus building software to interested
faculty for the Fall 2021 semester. SYLLABI is a tool that can assist with creating
consistent, professional syllabi that meets both university and accessibility standards.

Some benefits of using SYLLABI are:

  • Cuts down on the time required to create a syllabus
  • Can easily copy a syllabus from a previous semester
  • Information such as course number, section number, course times, course description
    are automatically pulled in from PeopleSoft
  • Create web versions and PDF versions of your syllabus that meet accessibility standards
  • University policies are automatically kept up-to-date (Accessibility and Disability
    Services Policies, Emergency Policies, etc.)
  • Repository for a “Syllabus of Record” for future reference

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us via syllabi AT_TOWSON

The use of SYLLABI is entirely voluntary; individual facutly retain the right to determine
whether their syllabi are entered into this system.

Courseleaf is Towson University’s online curriculum management & catalog editing software.
The Curriculum Inventory Management System (CIM) is used to enter course & program
proposals, which once approved, feed directly to the University Catalog (CAT). Courseleaf
Section Scheduler (CLSS) makes class scheduling easier and more transparent. SYLLABI,
a syllabus management tool (SYLLABI).

Courseleaf Curriculum & Catalog Management Access

Course Inventory Management (CIM)

Course Inventory Management (CourseAdmin) in CIM is used when proposing a new course or changing an existing
one.

Contact is Suzanne Hill at sahill AT_TOWSON or 410-704-4347.

Guides

Frequently Asked Questions

Course Management (CIM)