The Program Review application is made up of four main parts (body, collection, report, and requirement). The body is the parent container for the remaining components and can only be added by a Campus Labs staff member. Most institutions organize the contents of their Program Review site through two main bodies (Academic Affairs & Student Affairs). The screenshot below depicts where bodies are displayed inside of Program Review.
Collections are housed inside of a body and typically represent an organizational unit on campus. As an example, we may have an Academic Affairs body that contains an Accounting, Architecture, Art, Business, English, History and Humanities as is shown below.
Reports & Document Directory
Collections are used as containers for a document directory and respective reports, which are commonly referred to as "templates". Each collection is provided with a single document directory that is accessible across reports. Because many units will go through a review every few years, collections can house multiple reports, as shown in the screenshot below. You can see that our Nursing unit has gone through several reviews, all of which are housed inside of a single Nursing collection.
Users provide information in response to a requirement, which functions much the same as a form with various fields and text boxes. Each requirement is housed inside of a report and can sometimes be referred to as a standard. You can see how these requirements appear in the Program Review application in the screenshot below. Requirements appear as hyperlinks users can click to enter the requirement and review its description and other corresponding information and provide a response.