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MOCC: Import Third-Party Syllabi

Introduction:

Districts can import 3rd party syllabi to be displayed in their local district catalog. This process describes how to locate and import the syllabi within Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.

Details:

  1. First, tap the Find 3rd Party Syllabi option from the Course Management menu on the left.
  2. Next, choose the 3rd party vendor by selecting an option from the Provider Name drop-down field. Tap the remaining drop-down fields to narrow your results.
  3. Then press the Search button to display the results in a table below.
  4. Next, place a check mark in the boxes of the syllabi you would like to add to your district catalog.
  5. Then press the Import Selected Syllabi button at the top of the table.
    Screen capture of the Find 3rd Party Syllabi page displaying the search filters and the results grid displaying the courses, two are selected. An arrow points to the Import Selected Syllabi button.
  6. As a result, a pop-up message will appear. Type the provider’s syllabi code in the Please Enter the Provider’s Syllabi Code field and then tap the Continue button.
    Screen capture of the Provider's Syllabi Code pop-up dialog box with an arrow pointing to the Continue button.
  7. At this point, you will receive a message, “The selected course syllabi were added to your entity.”
  8. After the Continue button is selected, you will then return to the Search Course Page where the syllabi information will now be available to view.
    Screen capture of the Search Course page showing the search filters and an arrow pointing to the results grid that displays the selected courses from the previous step.

Last updated on February 25, 2020

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