Faculty & Curriculum Management

Faculty Management

Faculty members are the backbone of any higher education institution. At MEDAD IEP, we have designed the faculty management system to track the faculty life cycle and to create a rich repository for faculty qualifications, experience and activities.

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MEDAD faculty management system is designed to:
  • Capture faculty information, including academic and professional data, and scholarly activities.
  • Identify suitable faculty based on qualifications and skills, to optimally assign faculty based on course requirements.
  • Streamline the reporting of faculty qualifications and information.
  • View faculty workload and teaching activities and monitor performance and research and development activities.
  • Faculty profile information.
  • Faculty recruitment.
  • Workload management.
  • Performance evaluation and tracking.
  • Files/documents upload.
  • R&D activities tracking.
  • Teaching and learning activities
  • Sponsored research activities.
  • Conferences and workshops.
  • Activity reporting and accreditation support.

Curriculum Management

Outcomes-based curriculum planning, designing and execution for higher education.

The curriculum is a foundation for all higher education institutions and touches on all the aspects of academic operation. At MEDAD, we provide a system to support and streamline the entire curriculum management process, from planning and design to implementation.

 

MEDAD enables effective development of programs and courses through a flexible, consistent and easy-to-use process for designing, validating and approving various aspects of the program and courses.

Institutional imperatives for adopting the MEDAD curriculum management system:
  • Develop academic programs more effectively and efficiently.
  • Centralize access to programs and course campus wide.
  • Assure quality and greater program and course compliance.
  • Customize course and program elements and catalogs.
  • Formulate and enforce academic policies and procedures.
  • Manage stakeholders’ responsibilities and assignments.
The system provides a robust, efficient and easy-to-use curriculum management through four main stages:
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By leveraging the model, higher education institutions will promote better curriculum management and, therefore, more efficient and effective programs and course development and review.
  • Assign task management roles.
  • Design clearly defined and consistent process flows.
  • Automated notifications to team members.
  • Set up the approval process and workflows.
  • Design various aspects of the curriculum.
  • Ensure system integration to reduce duplication of effort.
  • Design a program and course approval process.
  • Generate a course catalog.
  • Design a curriculum mapping tool.
  • Apply Bloom’s Taxonomy for learning outcomes.
  • Revise and improve the curriculum.