|INFORMATION FOR YALE OFFICES :: RECORDS SCHEDULES
In an effort to preserve
and maintain its history, Yale University seeks to retain certain documentation
concerning teaching and learning in individual academic courses at Yale.
Specific topics of interest include:
- General content of courses;
- Teaching styles and methods;
- Expectations and standards for student evaluation in individual courses; and
- The nature of learning taking place in the classroom.
records (Destroy following their immediate administrative use.)
| Archival records
(Permanent records should be transferred to the Archives.
Please arrange timing and frequency of records transfer with Archives
- Course syllabi and reading lists
- Lecture notes
and/or transcripts of lectures of junior faculty, senior faculty, and
- Summaries, if available, of student evaluations
- Teaching files of junior and senior faculty
- Video recordings,
audio recordings, electronic discussions, and photographs of classroom
lectures, work, and presentations
Office of record
Deans, instructors, and the Classes server (classes.yale.edu)
maintain the record copy of documentation concerning individual courses.
Individual units that are not responsible for the creation of such
records, but that maintain duplicates of such works or related materials,
should destroy these files after they are no longer needed.
- Course packets, photocopies of published materials, and other reference materials