Aligning Courses to Programs aka Program Curriculum
System Administration will now store and manage data for program-to-course alignments. This functionality, previously managed in Planning & Self-Study through the Curriculum tab, includes an option for system administrators to import CSVs with bulk data to align courses to programs. To update data already imported, System Administrators must import the changes through...
Creating New User Accounts
Currently System Administration content is relevant to Planning & Self-Study and limited Student Learning & Licensure admins.
In order to create user accounts for your institution, your account needs access to the System Administrator module. To access this module, select System Administration from the Navigator app switcher in the top right corner. This module is visib...
The ability to delete Programs (with or without associated Planning and Self-Study data) is fully functional within System Administration. When a System Administrator attempts to delete a Program, a validation check will notify the Administrator if there is associated data or not.
If there is no associated data, the delete will be confirmed.
If there is associated data...
Editing a Program's Parent Organization
If you want to change the location of a program in your organizational structure, you can make these changes in System Administration.
To re-parent a program, click Programs located on the left-hand side of the System Administration area.
Select the ellipses (more options) next to the program you want to change and click Edit Program.
Under the Parent Organ...
CSV Imports Overview
As a Planning & Self Study Administrator, it is vital to have a high-level understanding of several technical concepts related to Planning & Self Study to ensure streamlined usage.CSV Imports are required to establish foundational data objects such as user accounts, organizations, programs, terms, courses, course sections, and enrollment. Initially, these files will b...
CSV Import Guidelines
System Administration Import Guide
In order to use System Administration to the fullest, your institution will provide data from your student information (SIS) or learning management system (LMS) on a regular basis. Uploading data at least twice a month ensures that you have the most up-to-date student information in Planning & Self Study and eventually in other integr...
Error Messages in System Administration
When importing new data into System Administration, there are certain validations that will run to make sure that existing data is not adversely affected.
If there are inconsistencies between existing data and the data being imported, an error message will be displayed that will identify the error along with the file location of the data that was rejected.
Such errors ...
Formatting Tips for Setting Date as YYYY-MM-DD in MS Excel
System Administration imports require date fields to be entered in the YYYY-MM-DD format. However, Excel uses a default “General Date Format” that differs from system Administration’s requirements. Below is the process for changing the default date format to the YYYY-MM-DD format required by System Administration.
Important Note When a file is opened in Excel, the dat...