Accessing the Self-Study Report
- The "Project Tracker", which appears towards the top of the homepage
- The "Service & Committee Involvement" dashboard, which appears towards the bottom of the homepage
Once the Self-Study is located in either of these areas, the user would simply click into it to begin adding content.
Accessing the Assigned Standards
Once the user clicks into the Self-Study report, they will be brought to a screen from where their assigned Standards can be accessed. They will be listed on a left-hand menu from where they can be individually selected.
In the example shown below, the user is assigned to two specific sections of the Self-Study - "Mission Statement" and "Faculty Qualifications". Selecting either will produce the two options by which content is added to a Self-Study:
- "Write Narrative"
- "Manage Evidence"
Writing the Narrative
- PC: Ctrl+Shift+V
- Mac: Command+Option+Shift+V
These commands will paste the text without including the source formatting.
For additional tips on safely entering content into a Self-Study, we would recommend reviewing the resource linked below:
- Formatting Narrative Text
- Adding Links to Narrative Text
- Inserting Tables into Narrative
- Files saved on the user's computer
- URL links
- Planning & Self Study Assessment Reports
Evidence can be added in each individual Narrative, or it can be added to the Overview section of the Self-Study, which will allow it to be used wherever possible throughout the Self-Study.
For more detailed information on uploading and utilizing evidence in your Self-Study report, please see the article linked below:
Updating Narrative Status
- Not Started
- Ready for Review
- In Review
- Ready for Revision
Once the Narrative is saved for the first time, the status will automatically update to "Drafting". All further status changes will be made manually by users during content entry.
For more detailed information on managing the Narrative History statuses, please see the article linked below: