Honolulu Community CollegeGeneral Education BoardAnnual ReportFall 2013 – Spring 2014Board: General Education Board (GEB)Names of Board and Sub-Board Members:GEB Diane Caulfield, CTE GE Sub-Board Chair, GEB co-chair Steven Mandraccia, Foundations Chair, Interim GE Articulation Sub-Boardchair and Interim GEB co-chair (Spring 2014) Jennifer Higa-King, Diversification Sub-Board Chair, GE Articulation SubBoard Chair and GEB co-chair (Fall 2013) Eric Shaffer, Writing Intensive Chair Alapaki Luke, HAP Chair Chris Ann Moore, Ethics Chair Kara Kam-Kalani, Speech ChairCTE GE SUB-BOARDCTE CommitteeTech 1:Tech 1:Tech 2:Tech 2:UC:UC:StudentServices:Diane Caulfield (Chair)Evelyn GreeneJim PooleSharon OtaEric ShafferFumiko TakasugiFrank FenlonFOUNDATIONS SUB-BOARDWritten Communications CommitteeUC:Charlene GimaUC:Jerry SavianoTech 1:Doug MaddenTech 2:Jim PooleSymbolic Reasoning CommitteeUC:Steven Mandraccia (Chair)UC:Judy SokeiTech 1:Evelyn GreeneTech 2:Jim PoolePage 1 of 22

Global-Multicultural CommitteeUC:David PanisnickUC:Pat PattersonTech 1:Doug MaddenTech 2:Jim PooleDIVERSIFICATION SUB-BOARDHumanities, Arts, Literature, Natural Science, and Social Science CommitteeUC:Jennifer Higa-King (Chair)UC:Mieko MatsumotoUC:Brent RubioTech 1:Evelyn GreeneTech 2:Elliott HigaTech 1 or 2:Doug MaddenFOCUS & SPEECH SUB-BOARDWriting Intensive CommitteeUC:Eric Shaffer (Chair)UC:Cynthia SmithUC:Fumiko TakasugiTech 1:Doug MaddenTech 2:Jim PooleTech 1 or 2:John VierraHawaiian, Asian, Pacific CommitteeUC:John DelayUC:Alapaki Luke (Chair)UC:Ka‘iulani MurphyTech 1:Doug MaddenTech 2:Jim PooleTech 1 or 2:John VierraEthics CommitteeUC:UC:UC:Tech 1:Tech 2:Tech 1 or 2:Chris Ann Moore (Chair)David PanisnickRon PineDoug MaddenJim PooleElliott HigaSpeech CommitteeUC:UC:UC:Tech 1:Tech 2:Tech 1 or 2:Kara Kam-Kalani (Chair)Douglas RaphaelFumiko TakasugiDoug MaddenJim PooleEvelyn GreenePage 2 of 22

Dates of GEB Meetings and links to minutesAugust 30, 2013November 15, 2013January 9, 2014April 24, 2014Sub-Board ReportsAnnual reports for 2013-2014 are posted on the HCC intranet. Copies of these reportsare also provided at the end of this document.Board Topics Covered and Action Taken1. Enactments.Actions by the GEB include the following items:- The GEB coordinated with the CPC to establish a timetable for completingcertification and renewal of applications. Reviews of applications werescheduled to be completed one week prior to each DCC meeting.-The GEB affirmed that the VCAA’s office, not the GEB, is responsible forupdating the catalog and curriculum files.-The GEB discussed possible problems associated with courses seekingmultiple – three or more – GE designations (e.g., DS, WI, and Speech).Members agreed that it is possible for a course to fulfill hallmarks and SLOsof multiple designations if the course covers a combination of skills- ormethod-based (e.g., Speech, WI) SLOs and content-based (e.g.,diversification) SLOs. The recommendation is to consider, on a case-by-casebasis, whether a course can adequately cover the hallmarks and SLOs ofmultiple designations.2. Assessment.At the April 2014 meeting, GEB members reported that the first year of the newstructure proceeded smoothly. Sub-board and committee chairs reported noticingvery little, if any, difference in the functioning of sub-boards and committees. Theexception was smoother processing of applications in terms of completingdecisions in time for upcoming DCC and CPC meetings and deadlines for thecatalog and banner.Regarding the CTE sub-board, Diane reported that the sub-board accomplisheda lot because everyone contributed and worked well together. It was a verycollegial group. However, one point of concern was whether the CTE sub-boardproperly followed decision-making by consensus (as stated in the charter), whenall attending the meeting were included in discussions and decision-making. GEBmembers agreed that input from and inclusion of all individuals attending ameeting was acceptable and definitely encouraged, but that decision-makingPage 3 of 22

should be conducted among voting sub-board members only. This is the case forall GEB sub-boards and committees.The GEB received nine applications for GE designations (new courses, only).Processing began with submission of material to the appropriate GEB co-chair(CTE or articulation) who then forwarded applications to designated sub-boards(e.g., WI, foundations). Out of the nine applications, eight received approval forone or more GE designation. One application was withdrawn, by the initiator, forfuture submission. The average time between a GEB co-chair receiving anapplication and forwarding completed GE reviews to the DCCs was 11 days. Theefficiency of reviewing was due, in part, to coordination with the CPC inestablishing and following a timeline for curriculum review.An important observation for future consideration came from a CTE facultymember on the Diversification sub-board who served on several sub-boards. Theindividual stated that based on their experience “there’s nothing unique that CTEcan or needs to contribute” and that the number of CTE members on the subboards be reduced to one to better utilize CTE resources.The GEB agreed, by consensus, to continue to utilize the current structure of theGEB board and reassess in the Spring of 2015.Future Activities and RecommendationsThe GEB recommended continued assessment of the functioning of the GEB. A secondrecommendation is to coordinate with the CPC on a timeline for completing reviews ofapplication for GE designations.Page 4 of 22

Sub-Board Annual ReportsCareer and Technical Education (CTE)FoundationsDiversificationWriting Intensive (WI-Focus)Ethics (E-Focus)Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues (HAP-Focus)SpeechPage 5 of 22

CTE General Education Sub BoardEnd of Year Report2013 2014I. AccomplishmentsA. Statement of IntentThe statement of intent for the sub board was updated to reflect current information,including a link to the charter and general procedures.B. Posting of MinutesMinutes from the previous academic year (2012 2013) were posted to the website bythis year’s chair. The former chair had previous committee members approve theminutes before posting.All minutes for the current academic year (2013 2014) have been reviewed and postedto the website.C. Posting of End of Year Report/List of approved coursesThe previous year chair’s end of year report and list of approved courses have beenposted to the website by the current chair. This combined document will be archived atthe end of the year.This year’s end of year report will be posted at the end of the academic year. The list ofapproved courses is up to date and has been separately posted on the website.D. Creation of Archive CategoryThe need for an archive category on the website became apparent early in the fallsemester. Five documents have already been placed in this category for historicalpurposes.E. CTE General Education DocumentThe document was modified to reflect the five categories for the AS, AAS, ATS degreerequirements section of the document. Additionally, category titles were renamed to beconsistent with the HCC catalog. Specifically, this meant changing, “Numeracy ” to“Quantitative and Logical Reasoning”.Page 6 of 22

The document was also reviewed for accuracy with the Communications and Q & Lrespective departments since all general education courses were changed to the 100level. The Q & L category remained the same but the Communications category waschanged. The decision by the Language Arts department was to have the contents forthat category mirror the AA contents.F. Program Compliance with General Education RequirementsAll programs are now in compliance with the new AS, AAS, ATS general educationrequirements. Programs that were out of compliance were notified of their deficienciesand met the deadlines to comply with the new requirements.G. Certification of courses on General Education listCourses that had not gone through certification were notified. Faculty either sent coursesin for review by the sub board or chose not to apply. Those courses that have not beenreviewed were removed from the AS, AAS, ATS general education list. The courses sentfor review were either approved or not approved based on whether or not these met thecriteria for that category.H. Disclaimer statementSince categories on the AA list differs from categories on the AS, AAS, ATS list andsome courses on the AS, AAS, ATS list are not on the AA list, the need for a disclaimerstatement was necessary. The counseling staff developed the disclaimer statement asfollows which will be included in the 2014 2015 catalog in the narrative part ofrequirements for AS, AAS, ATS degrees:Some courses taken to fulfill the AS,AAS, ATS General Educationrequirementsat Honolulu Community College may not be applicable toward degrees at otherinstitutions including University of Hawai‘i Campuses. Detailed informationregarding course transferability from Honolulu Community College to other UHSystem Campuses is available from the UHCourse Transfer Database Students pursuing an Associate in Science(AS) or an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree with the intent to transferand pursue a baccalaureate degree, should meet with an Academic Counselor.I. Consolidation of FormsSince the application form and hallmark questions consisted of two separate forms withsome redundancy, the sub board worked very hard to consolidate the forms for eachcategory into one document. These documents were changed from pdf to Word tofacilitate the completion of forms by applicants.Page 7 of 22

J. Approved Course ApplicationsAll approved course applications were posted on the website by semester approved. Thiswill make it easier in the future for recertification. Additionally, a binder filled with hardcopies of the approved course applications now resides on top of the curricula files in theadministration building.K. EthicsOne sub board member agreed to develop a sample narrative to address the ethics areaof general education for accreditation. The model (HSER) was shared with the chair anda senior member of the Ethics Committee who both agreed that it fit the criteria forethics. The Ethics chair or senior member accompanied the CTE chair and met with allCTE program faculty to present the model so that each program could develop their ownstatement for inclusion in their respective program reviews. The completed statementshave all been reviewed by either the Ethics chair or senior member of the committeeprior to program review inclusion. Most CTE programs have completed their statements.The rest of the programs will complete their statements over the summer in time forprogram review in the fall.L. Listing of Committee MembersA complete list of committee members was posted on the website. This was done toensure that anyone could ask any committee member questions, i.e., to facilitatecommunication.II. Important notesA. 2013 2014 Catalog ErrorsThe sub board identified thirteen errors in the AS, AAS, ATS general educationrequirements list for the 2013 2014 catalog. The General Education ArticulationSub Board Chair was notified about the errors. After considerable discussion, a decisionwas made between the two General Education Board Co Chairs (aka General EducationArticulation and CTE Sub Board Chairs) to honor the printed catalog, including themistakes. It was felt that this would be the least disruptive for students and would supportthe advice given by the counselors and others who had used the printed catalog as abasis for assisting students in the selection of courses during registration.B. Rotation of CTE facultyFollowing the charter, it was determined that Evelyn Greene (Tech 1) and Jim Poole(Tech 2) would be the continuing CTE members for the sub board. Sharon Ota’s (TechPage 8 of 22

2) and Diane Caulfield's terms would end after this academic year. Tech 1 and Tech 2division chairs will need to send replacements to serve for the 2014 2016 academicyears.C. Catalog assistanceThe General Education Board Co Chairs provided considerable assistance in reviewingthe AA and AS, AAS, ATS general education requirements lists for the 2014 2015catalog. However, it was stated in the meeting prior to their involvement in the catalogproduction that this assistance would be only for one time as it is the responsibility ofadministration, not the GEB Co Chairs or its members to oversee the catalog and itscontents.D. 197 course listingsWhile it is highly unusual to list 197 (experimental) courses as fulfilling general educationrequirements, Math 197 and Phys 197 E, F, M, P were listed as fulfilling the AS, AAS,ATS general education requirements for the respective degrees. These were not part ofthe thirteen identified errors noted in II A earlier but were allowed since the college neededto rapidly upgrade the courses for accreditation. The Math and Phys 197 courses willremain on the list for the 2014 2015 catalog. Since experimental courses are onlyallowed experimental status for up to two years, the course numbers should change forthe 2015 2016 catalog.E. Replacement of CTE counselor representativeIn March, our colleague and dear friend, Frank Fenlon passed away. Frank had workedon general education issues for many years and was a valuable member of thesub board. He was instrumental in the development of the disclaimer statement and wasan active participant on the sub board. Marilynn Ito Won was designated as hisreplacement and has been included in recent emails.F. Calendar for Certification submissionsThe final deadline for submission of courses to be considered for certification is January.This deadline as well as prior deadlines will continue to be coordinated with CPC. TheJanuary deadline was set and adhered to for catalog production purposes.G. Decision making processThe CTE General Education sub board chair did not follow the decision making processas written in the charter. Instead she allowed everyone on the sub board to participate inPage 9 of 22

discussion and decision making. This inclusive style facilitated the collegiality feltamongst the members.III. Recommendations Monitor the 197 courses and check who will certify these courses (CTE, diversification orfoundation sub boards) once course number has changed from experimental number. Check on sub board members’ feelings about the decision making process. It was agreed atthe GEB meeting on April 24, 2014 to keep the present structure but to revisit all processes andprocedures next academic year. Modify Statement of Intent to include CTE academic counselor. The language on membershipcarried over from the original statement and the new statement makes reference to the charterbut the Statement of Intent should more clearly reflect the presence of the academic counseloron the sub board.Submitted by:Diane CaulfieldCTE General Education Sub Board Chair2013 2014Page 10 of 22

CAMPUS: Honolulu Community CollegeCHAIR OF CAMPUS FOUNDATIONS BOARD:DATE: 2 April 2014I.Steve MandracciaAPPROVAL CRITERIAYESNOXFoundations requirement is established as a generaleducation requirement of the campus’ associate ofarts and/or bachelor’s degree.Comment:XFoundations hallmarks (FW, FS, FG) are the criteriaused to approve courses as F designated.Comment:X3. There is appropriate campus support including:a. adequate numbers of courses to meetstudent needs.Comment:Xb. adequate support to manage theFoundations programComment:Xc. adequate budget for expenses related to theFoundations BoardComment:X4. There is an appropriate course designation andcourse renewal procedures.Comment:X5. There is an appropriate assessment of studentlearning outcomes and the use of the assessmentresults to improve educational effectiveness.Comment:6. There is faculty training that is consistent withFoundations requirements.Comment:XII. COURSE CHANGES7. List new course approved during current academic year.MUS107 Approved in February 2014 as FGC.8. List Foundations approved courses whose designation was terminated or changed.NonePage 11 of 22

9. List any Foundations approved courses that were renewed.None, but Math, English and History due this year.III. OTHER10. Describe any significant issues regarding the Foundations process on your campus.No significant issues. We created a new General Eduaction Board that includes CTE facultyand they also serve on the foundations sub-board.11. Identify any issues for discussion for the Systemwide Foundations board.Foundations Hallmark 5 had a systemwide agreed change in 2012. The new language isincluded in the annual handout, but not yet on the Manoa website.Page 12 of 22

Honolulu Community CollegeDiversification BoardAnnual Report for the 2013-2014 Academic YearSubmitted April 29, 2014MembershipEvelyn Greene, Elliott Higa, Jennifer Higa-King (chair), Doug Madden, Mieko Matsumoto,Brent Rubio.The Chair commends board members for their diligence, expertise, commitment, and timededicated towards the certification process. Thank you Evelyn, Elliott, Doug, Brent, andMieko!Certification of New Courses and RenewalsThe sub-board certified the following new courses:HIST 296M (DH)ENG 257S (DL)CHEM 105C (DP)PHIL 109 (DH)CHEM 105E (DP DY)No courses were scheduled for renewals this year. However, there will be several courses upfor renewal 2014-2015. The board has posted the list on the HonCC intranet.Assessment of BoardFor each application, the Chair circulated electronic copies of applications and supportingdocuments. Members reviewed the material and discussion took place over email. The Chairforwarded questions and comments from members to the applicant. Responses andmodifications by the applicant were communicated back to board members. Decisions werebased on consensus as described in the General Education Board Charter.Overall:- The Board received six applications, of which five received certification. Oneapplication was withdrawn and will be resubmitted at a later date.-The average time between receiving an application and when the Board made itsdecision was approximately 14 days.Updates The Board has posted, on the HonCC intranet, an updated list of courses current in theircertification. The list was forwarded to the VCAA for final approval and processing. The Board updated the application for diversification certification and renewal. Includedare explanatory notes that appear with each question and a checklist to guide applicants.Page 13 of 22

The new forms have been posted on the HonCC intranet and should be used from thispoint forward.Future ActivitiesThe Diversification Board will continue to move towards electronic submission ofapplications and supporting documents. The Board will continue to track data on the numberof applications received, length of time to complete reviews, and approval rates.The next step will be to begin processing renewals of courses certified Spring 2009 and Fall2009.Page 14 of 22

WI-Focus Chair Report to the General Education Board, AY 2013-2014Eric Paul Shaffer, WI Committee ChairI.WI Certifications and Re-CertificationsA) The primary purpose and responsibility of the WI Committee is to review and approveapplications for certifying and re-certifying instructors to teach new and existing courses as WIfocus courses. Since WI certifications are instructor-specific, there is always a large number ofapplications to review, and during this particular year, the number was exceptionally high.During the course of AY 2013-2014, the following instructors have been certified or re-certifiedfor the following new and existing courses:WI Certifications of New Instructors for New CoursesMike Leidemann, JOUR 204: Writing for the WebMieko Matsumoto, HIST 296: Introduction to Asian American HistoryEric Paul Shaffer, ENG 257Y: Young Adult NovelWI Certifications of New Instructors for Existing CoursesCara Chang, ENG 210: Writing Term PapersCara Chang, ENG 253: World Literature Before 1600Cara Chang, ENG 257M: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Asian/Pacific LiteratureSharleen Nakamoto Levine, WS 150: Women’s StudiesMieko Matsumoto, HIST 281: Introduction to American HistoryJames McKeon, HIST 246: The Vietnam WarDerek Otsuji, ENG 256: Poetry and DramaPat Patterson, HIST 152: World History Since 1500Bed Paudyal, ENG 210: Writing Term PapersFumiko Takasugi, WS 151: Introduction to Women’s StudiesJenny Webster, ENG 257F: Women in LiteratureWI Re-Certifications of Instructors for Existing CoursesCharlene Gima, ENG 251: British Literature Before 1800Charlene Gima, ENG 252: British Literature After 1800Charlene Gima, ENG 257X: Literature and TechnologyMike Leidemann, JOUR 205: News WritingPat Patterson, HIST 250: World History Through FilmRon Pine, PHIL 213: History of Philosophy IIIEric Paul Shaffer, ENG 209: Business and Managerial WritingEric Paul Shaffer, ENG 250: American LiteratureEric Paul Shaffer, ENG 257E: Wild Writing: Environmental and Ecological Non-FictionDuring the course of AY 2013-2014, the following instructors are in the process of certificationor re-certification (and have provisional certification or re-certification for Fall 2014) for thefollowing new and existing courses:Page 15 of 22

WI Certifications of New Instructors for New CoursesJerry Saviano, ENG 257S: Comic Books, Literature, and SocietyWI Certifications of New Instructors for Existing CoursesCara Chang, ENG 251: British Literature before 1800Ron Pine, PHIL 120: Science, Technology, and ValuesRon Pine, PHIL 255: Cosmology: Science and the Human ProspectJeff Stearns, ENG 210: Writing Term PapersJeff Stearns, ENG 257M: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Asian/Pacific LiteratureWI Re-Certifications of Instructors for Existing CoursesCharlene Gima, ENG 255: Short Story and NovelMarty Nikou, ART 101: Introduction to the Visual ArtsPat Patterson, HIST 242: Asian Civilization IICynthia Smith, HIST 231: Early Modern European CivilizationCynthia Smith, HIST 232: Modern European CivilizationB) The work of the WI Committee continues at all times throughout the academic year, and it isworth noting that WI Instructors are kept apprised of their current WI certification status bycontinual updating of a document I created and continuously update entitled, “Approved WICourses and Instructors.”This document lists the current WI certification status of all courses for all WI instructors. Todate, during the course of AY 2013-2014, this document has been updated twenty-five times inthirty-five weeks, an average of once every one and half weeks. In addition, the document isposted on the HCC intranet and always available for anet/node/1104C) In addition, soon after my appointment as WI Committee Chair, I created and a developed adocument entitled “WI Certification & Re-Certification Date and Expiration Chart.”This document is a chart that allows WI instructors to work out themselves when any course recertification is due. By applying the semester of original certification, instructors can determinethe semester within which application for re-certification is due.The document is posted on the HCC intranet and always available for anet/node/1411D) During AY 2013-2014, as WI Committee Chair, I began sending personal e-mails everysemester notifying WI instructors when their re-certification applications are due in the nextPage 16 of 22

semester. These reminders were greatly effective in keeping the applications process flowingand under control, especially in the Spring 2014 semester when more than twenty re-certificationapplications were due.E) The process and procedures for reviewing and approving certification and re-certificationapplications is currently being converted from paper to paperless. The WI Committee Chair isslowly learning the technology and doing the physical work of scanning and filing, and thelearning curve is steep. I expect to finalize the process and procedure in AY 2014-2015.F) A number of useful revisions, replacements, and re-organizations of WI work are underreview by the WI Committee Chair. All are designed and intended to minimize the paperworkrequired of instructors to apply for WI certification and re-certification and to maximize theintegrity of the process and procedures. I expect to create and institute changes in AY 20142015.II.WI System Meeting, April 25, 2014, 1:00-4:00 PMAs WI Coordinator at Honolulu Community College, I attended the WI System meeting. I waspresent via teleconference from Leeward Community College, AD-102.As required, I distributed my HCC WI System Report to the WI System Office and to all of theWI Coordinators on all of campuses of the UH System.At the meeting, in a follow-up to last year’s meeting, I was asked about the statues of the “dualoption” or “bundling” issue at Honolulu Community College, and I reported that this practice hasbeen discontinued at HCC. At this time, no UH-system campus employs this option.The report is posted on the HCC net/node/1106III.WI Course EvaluationsA) As part of my efforts as WI Coordinator to increase our responses and percentages to theHCC WI Course Evaluations, I have worked closely with Steven Shigemoto to assure thefollowing:1) WI course evaluations were accessible to faculty and students for an adequate time periodduring both semesters.2) The period for completing WI Course Evaluations was adjusted to assure that HCC WI courseevaluation surveys opened for use on the same date as eCAFE course evaluations. Thiswas done to avoid confusion about course evaluations and to maximize responses andPage 17 of 22

percentages and increase ease of use.3) The period for completing WI course evaluations was again extended (as it has been in thepast) till the last day of classes, open approximately a week longer than eCAFE courseevaluations. This was done in order to maximize faculty and student access to theseimportant surveys.Also, WI Instructors were kept apprised of the WI course evaluations process throughout thesemesters, receiving the following:1) notification of the WI course evaluation period;2) notification of the WI course evaluation survey preparation;3) request to check WI courses in the survey for accuracy of information before the survey wasactivated;4) notification of activation of WI course evaluations and a reminder to begin requesting studentresponses;5) notifications of progress of WI course evaluation response rates and encouragement to remindstudents to complete the surveys; and6) notification of final WI course evaluation response count and percentages and evaluations ofthe data and recommendations for future WI course evaluations from the WI CommitteeChair. This documents is entitled “WI Instructors F13 Response Rates Report andAssessment 140226” and is posted on the HCC net/node/1705In addition, Steven Shigemoto provided all WI instructors with individual reports for each WIcourse taught and distributed them to instructors using the Laulima website. He also providedme ongoing and regular progress reports of the WI course evaluation completion throughout thethree weeks the surveys were available to faculty and students.B) In order to make the WI course evaluation surveys on SurveyMonkey more accessible andclearer for students, I edited and revised portions of the online survey. Steven Shigemoto and Iworked together to assure that the survey was improved and available for the survey period.C) Since many faculty needed guidance concerning locating their WI course evaluations, Ireviewed and revised a document I wrote when I was working with David Fink on the LanguageArts Division course evaluation process, entitled, “How To Access Focus Course Evaluations onLaulima.” The document was distributed by e-mail to all WI instructors and posted on the tranet/node/1706D) Since many faculty were concerned about their low response rates on WI course evaluations(and on eCAFE course evaluations) I wrote a document entitled, “How to Increase YourPage 18 of 22

Response Rates for Course Evaluations.” The document was distributed by e-mail to all WIinstructors and posted on the HCC net/node/1707IV.WI Committee Members and MeetingsPaperwork for certifying WI instructors is circulated by the board chair to all WI committeemembers, and approvals, questions, and comments are provided by board members by e-mailand paper communication. One organizational and orientation meeting was held on at 2:00 PMon Friday, September 13, in 7-504, but no other meetings have occurred.At this time, board members include Eric Paul Shaffer, WI-Focus Board Chair; Doug Madden,Tech I representative; Jim Poole, Tech II representative; Cynthia Smith, Humanitiesrepresentative; and Fumiko Takasugi, Social Sciences representative; and John Vierra, MELEand Tech II representative. At this time, all of these committee members will remain on theboard for AY 2014-2015.V.WI Instructor MeetingsA WI Instructors meeting was held at 1:00 PM on Friday, October 11, in 7-533, in order todiscuss general WI business and organizational and orientation issues, particularly the “dualoption” or “bundling” issue. In the second hour, a norming session for WI Instructors wasconducted.VI.WI Intranet WebsiteDuring the course of AY 2013-2014, in addition to changes and additions already mentionedabove, I examined and updated the WI Intranet Website in the following ways:1) Documents were re-named for clarity and re-arranged for ease of access.2) Missing documents were sought, found, and posted or a continuing search was initiated andcontinues.3) All documents were reviewed for possible updating, revision, or deletion in AY 2014-2015.Page 19 of 22

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Dates of GEB Meetings and links to minutes . August 30, 2013. November 15, 2013 January 9, 2014.