KCC Faculty Senate Action Request (AR) Summary
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AR NumberProposerSubmittal DateAR Proposal/Recommendation Brief DescriptionProgressed to Faculty Senate for Review? Action TakenResultsDate ResolvedOther Notes
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1819011Nakamura, Kelli9/13/2018 13:55:29The FSDE committee realizes that this issue of the website extends beyond the purview of the committee and may involve other stakeholders on the campus who may have concerns about the website. The committee would appreciate the following actions:

• The committee submitted their concerns to the webteam who did respond. However, no meaningful changes were enacted. The committee would like the advice of the Faculty Senate of how best to proceed in this matter for our concerns to be directly addressed.

Yes10/1/2018-FS to review AR and discuss.
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1819012Kelli Nakamura10/6/2018 20:17:03The DE Committee would like the FS to consider the following as policy to address due dates prior to the semester starting:

At the instructor's discretion, class sites may be opened, and communication with students may be initiated, before the official start date of the class. Communication can include encouraging students to get started on class activities and/or assignments.

However, no activities or assignments, even orientation-related, extra credit or those without any impact on student grades, should be due before the official start date of the class.

In addition, classes should not end before the official end date of the class. Although this was originally a policy that was to apply to online classes, members of the comittee thought it should be a policy applied to all classes.
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1819013Kealalokahi Losch10/5/2018 12:11:40To integrate the Kapiʻolani CC General Education Board under the purview of the Faculty Senate, initially as an Ad Hoc Committee, until a more permanent structure can be decided upon. It is further recommended that the Chair of the GenEd Board will be selected from among the six voting members of the Board. Initially, it is also recommended that the current Assessment Coaches be designated the representatives for CTE and A&S, respectively, to ensure continuity for the ongoing work of the GenEd Board and to provide the institutional memory of the work done over the last four years.

The General Education Board was established by the Faculty Senate via Resolution 05052014-4 in May 2014. The Chancellor's Response endorsing the GenEd Board was via a memo on 10/28/2014.
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