Recommendations and Reports from the Commission on
Learning Resources and Instructional Technology (CLRIT)
Work Groups on Academic Issues and Administrative and Fiscal Issues,
Removing Obstacles to the Use of Instructional Technology

AS-2314-96/AA - January 18-19, 1996

  • RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate of the California State University endorse in principle the Joint Findings and Recommendations (attached) of the Commission on Learning Resources and Instructional Technology (CLRIT) Work Groups on Academic Issues and Administrative and Fiscal Issues with the following qualifications;


  • (1) the Academic Senate CSU assume the word "sharing" as used in the phrase "course and degree program sharing" in Joint Findings and Recommendations numbers 5 and 6 refers to formal memoranda of understanding or other agreements concerning courses or degree programs jointly agreed upon by two or more CSU campuses, and

    (2) the contents of a memorandum of understanding specified in Joint Finding and Recommendation number 6 are not an exhaustive list.

    APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY -- March 7-8, 1996



     
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