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MOCC: Locate Provider Syllabi Code

Introduction:

If a vendor chooses to allow districts to display courses within their local catalog they will need to provide their unique Syllabi Code. This process describes how to locate that code in Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.

Details:

  1. First, tap the Entity Management tab and then select your entity from the results grid below the search fields.
    Screen capture of the Search Entities page with an arrow pointing to the linked text within the Name column.
  2. Next, the Entity View pop-up dialog box will appear.
  3. Finally, locate the Syllabi Code at the top of the page and provide it to the district.
    Screen capture of the Entity View pop-up dialog box with an arrow pointing to the Syllabi Code.

Last updated on February 25, 2020

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