The Kuali Foundation is pleased to announce version 1.2 of Kuali Student Curriculum Management is available to the general public. This second release builds upon the innovative curriculum management capabilities of the first release, which included integrated management of courses, programs, and learning objectives.
Key features of the latest release include the ability to:
- More fully manage curricular changes through direct administrative screens
- More fully manage curricular changes through workflow-based proposal processes
- Print and export details of the curriculum
- Analyze dependencies across the curriculum
Bill McLean, chair of the Kuali Student Project Board and Associate Vice President for Academic Services, University of Maryland College Park said, "The release of Curriculum Management 1.2 is an important milestone for the Kuali Student Project. It is a big step towards the completion of our student application roadmap. At Maryland, we are thrilled with the public release of Curriculum Management 1.2. There has been growing enthusiasm on our campus with the anticipation of 1.2 and now that it is a reality, we, along with North-West University, South Africa are marching forward with our planned implementations. The release demonstrates the KS team's ability to work together to deliver a quality product."
To download and install Kuali Student Curriculum Management 1.2, including instructions and documentation, please visit www.kuali.org/ks.
About Kuali Student
Kuali Student is a multi-year, next generation student system software project being developed through the Community Source process with the support of the Kuali Foundation. The project is run and organized by an international community of institutions that contribute resources to its ongoing development. For more information about Kuali Student please visit www.kuali.org/ks.
The Kuali Foundation is a non-profit organization that coordinates the efforts of colleges and universities to sustain and evolve administrative software that meets the needs of all sizes of higher education institutions, from small colleges to large research universities. The Kuali Foundation began in 2004 as a cooperative effort among partners and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop an open-source, community-owned financial system. Success with joint development of Kuali Financial System has led to additional pooled investment projects, including Kuali Coeus for Research Administration, Kuali Student, Kuali Rice, Kuali Open Library Environment, Kuali People Management for the Enterprise, Kuali Mobility, and Kuali Ready, with coordination by the independent, not-for-profit Kuali Foundation Inc. The software developed by Kuali projects is available, without fee, for anyone to use or modify under the Educational Community License.