Case Study: Purdue University
At Purdue University, implementing Acalog led to a deeper understanding of institutional processes, and an opportunity to create consistency.
Purdue University implemented DIGARC’s industry-leading Acalog e-catalog system in 2016, resulting in built-in accountability among campus stakeholders. The project was more than publishing a catalog, according to Assistant Registrar Josie Galloway. Purdue gained a thorough understanding of how courses and programs are structured institution-wide, enabling them to streamline experiences for students, faculty and staff.
“The biggest impact was getting to that one catalog and that one source of truth so that students knew exactly what they were expected to do for four years, and faculty and staff and everyone were on the same page with curriculum implementation,” says Kimberly Watley, Assistant Registrar for Curriculum and Catalog.