Curriculum Mapping is one tool for program level assessment and evaluation. Below we have gathered a number of articles and examples. Feel free to contact us if you know of additional resources or assessment tools.
Kelley, K. A., McAuley, J. W., Wallace, L, J., & Frank, S. G. (2008). Curricular mapping: Process and product. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 72(5),1-7
*Plaza, C.M., Draugalsi, J.R., Slack, M.K., Skrepnek, G.H., & Sauer, K.A. (2007). Curriculum mapping in program assessment and evaluation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 71(2). 20.
This cross-sectional study looks at a design based on a learning outcomes document, testing a curriculum mapping technique.
*Uchiyama, K.P., & Radin, J.L. (2009). Curriculum mapping in higher education: A vehicle for collaboration. Innovative Higher Education 33(4), 271-280.
This qualitative study makes the case for the implementation of curriculum mapping, a procedure that creates a visual representation of curriculum based on real time information, as a way to increase collaboration and collegiality in higher education.
Udelhofen, S. (2005). Keys to curriculum mapping: Strategies and tools to make it work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
A workbook on curriculum mapping.
Judith Miller, executive director of assessment from UNF has assembled material related to curriculum mapping. Note item 2. Curriculum Mapping (10/23/2009).
SCSU provides some very developed and evidence-based curriculum mapping documents and resources with program-level examples.
Describes Curriculum mapping and curriculum matrix: definitions, examples, and best practices.
On this website, information is available about curriculum mapping with an example. A sample curriculum map is located in the middle of the page.
*Due to copyright regulations we cannot put up direct links to many of these articles, but they are available through many university libraries.