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MOCC: Search Courses

Introduction:

This process describes how to search for all courses to add, edit, delete or copy within Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.

Details:

  1. First, tap the Course Management tab, by default the “Search Course” page will be shown.
  2. Next, use the search fields below to locate the appropriate course. Each field can be used separately or in combination.
    • Type the course name in the Local Title text field.
    • Choose the appropriate options from the NCES Subject Area and Course Title fields.
    • Select an option from the Content Provider and Instructor Provider drop-down fields.
    • Choose the academic year from the School Year drop-down field.
    • Select the appropriate option from the Academic Term drop-down field.
    • Select the applicable options from the Standards drop-down check list.
    • Choose an option from the Display Status and Shared Status drop-down fields.
  3. Then press the Search button.
  4. As a result, the course results will appear in the table below the search filters.
  5. Finally, tap icons within the Edit, Delete or Copy columns.
    The Search Course page shows the fields mentioned above with a Search button below. The referenced table is also displayed and shows an arrow pointing to the course row.

Last updated on February 25, 2020

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