AscMe: curriculum management made easy and efficient
- Real-time insights into the status and progress of your education
- Intuitive drag-and-drop interface for easy curriculum adjustments
- Tailor-made, user-friendly design
- Increased engagement for all stakeholders
- Streamlined scheduling preferences collection for seamless timetable integration.
- Clearly defined learning objectives and pathways
- Program funding calculations
- Curriculum simulations to visualize (cost) effects of changes
- Comprehensive reporting options
Navigating the complexities of building educational programs can be challenging, with numerous stakeholders, frequent changes, and additional concerns like cost accounting and deployment. Our AscMe application empowers you to quickly and effortlessly create or modify your curriculum.
No more starting from scratch each year – simply carry over existing modules, design new ones, and update costs as you go. Notifications keep all stakeholders informed of changes and their required actions, ensuring everyone stays in the loop. Building, adapting, and optimizing your curriculum has never been simpler!
The AscMe Process
Our application supports you through every phase of curriculum management, from simulations and adjustments to timetable data requests and quality assurance reporting. Stay in control and maintain oversight at all times.
The education director is responsible for the curriculum, with stakeholders playing crucial roles. An integrated planning board lets everyone view the study structure, while the director assembles the curriculum and gathers feedback before validation.
Course coordinators not only propose changes, but also validate and approve proposals from teachers. All parties have continuous access to the process, advice, and feedback. Once everything is correct, the director of education grants final approval.
Course guide and subject information
Forget about juggling emails or retyping text. With AscMe, tutors input information directly into the central planning board, granting everyone access to proposals and changes. Upon approval, data is transferred to the Student Information System (SIS).