No later than two weeks after an 8-week or 16-week pilot test ends, the appropriate Department Chair will complete and submit to DEET a
Department Chair Evaluation of Course Pilot Test form. Once form is submitted for all sections involved in the pilot.
If the form is not submitted within the deadline, DEET will send a reminder to the Department Chair and copy the Dean of Instruction. The Dean of Instruction will communicate with the Department Chair to identify issues and concerns and reach a resolution and set a new deadline.
Any deficiencies identified on the Department Chair Evaluation of Course Pilot Test form will be addressed through collaboration between DEET staff and the Content Reviewer, and the Department Chair will review the changes.
The Department Chair will determine whether the course is ready for implementation or recommend another semester of pilot testing. The second pilot test should immediately follow the first pilot test unless major issues arise that would require a longer timeline for correction.
If the recommendation is for another semester of pilot testing, Steps 1-4 will be repeated.
Failure to reach agreement will result in a meeting that includes the Dean of Instruction, the Dean of Educational Technology, the Department Chair, and any other appropriate supervisor.
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