For WMU Essential Studies faculty
Western Michigan University curriculum work associated with WMU Essential Studies is completed through the Faculty Senate's committee. Click on the links below for more information.
Complete Faculty Guide to WMU Essential Studies (Faculty Senate site)
Electronic submission and assessment of WES courses:
1) Decide which level and category the course fits in - WMU Essential Studies Interactive Model
2) Assessing WES courses - Outcome rubrics and Help Hub Guide to WMU Essential Studies Rubric Assessment in Elearning
Questions should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2023 Sessions: Navigating WES
Presented by the WES Advisory Committee and Merze Tate College
Want to learn more about WES? In these sessions, WMU Essential Studies staff and representatives from the WES Executive Advisory Committee will answer instructors’ questions about the student learning objectives, rubrics, end-of-semester assessment, how to submit a course to be a part of WES, and address any other concerns instructors may have.
Do you know how to use WES within the Elearning platform effectively? In this session, instructors will learn about the assessment pieces of WES within Elearning. WES staff and Elearning experts will be available to answer questions. Instructors will also have the opportunity to review their courses in the Elearning platform.