Shared Courses

The Shared Courses module allows teachers to copy data from their own web pages (courses) as well as share them with other teachers, copy data from web pages (courses) shared by other teachers, or copy data from Curriculum Guides created by administrative users for teacher use.

Sharing My Courses

The Shared Courses screen allows teachers to share their own web pages with other teachers and copy data from their own pages to create new pages from the My courses tab.

1. From the My Information menu, click Shared Courses.

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2. The Shared Courses screen defaults to the My courses tab. From this tab, you see all of your Web Pages (courses) displayed.

3. To share the web page with other teachers, click Share.

Once shared, the web page (course) displays for other teachers on the Shared courses tab.

4. The button changes from Share to Unshare. You can click Unshare at any point to discontinue sharing your web page with other teachers. Note: If another teacher has already copied data from your shared web page, the information cannot be unshared.

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Copying From My Courses

The Shared Courses screen allows teachers to share their own web pages with other teachers and copy data from their own pages to create new pages from the My courses tab.

Unless you want to copy data from an existing web page to another existing web page, it is helpful to first create a new web page to which you'd like the data copied. See My Information > Web Pages > Creating Web Pages for step by step information.

1. From the My Information menu, click Shared Courses.

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2. The Shared Courses screen defaults to the My courses tab. From this tab, you see all of your Web Pages (courses) displayed.

3. To copy data from your existing web pages to another web page, click Copy From.

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4. To view the data that's housed in each unit or lesson, click the applicable unit or lesson.

a. Click the About, Resources, Assignments, and Standards tab to view all data within the unit or lesson selected.

b. View all the data you need by clicking the different units and lessons and their corresponding tabs (About, Resources, Assignments, Standards). When finished, you can click the web page title to navigate back to the main web page view.

5. Click Copy next to the web page title to copy the entire web page.

6. Click Copy next to the applicable units to copy the unit from the web page only.

7. Click Copy next to the applicable lessons to copy the lesson from the web page only.

8. Clicking copy for an entire web page copies the entire web page as a new page; therefore, no pop-up window displays as it does below when a unit or lesson is copied.

Upon navigating to your web pages, you will see the new web page.

8a. Clicking copy for a unit or lesson opens another pop-up window where you must decide to which course (web page) you'd like the information copied. Click the applicable web page.

Upon navigating to the selected web page, you will see the copied data.

Editing Web Pages in My Courses

1. From the My Information menu, click Shared Courses.

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2. The Shared Courses screen defaults to the My courses tab. From this tab, you see all of your Web Pages (courses) displayed.

3. To edit data in your existing web pages from the Shared Courses screen, click Copy From.

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You can copy the web page, select units, or select lessons, but you can also edit the web page, import templates, and delete the web page. For additional information on these tasks, see Web Pages.

Copying From Shared Courses

If any other teachers have shared their web pages (courses), teachers can copy from these web pages in order to create their own from the Shared courses tab.

1. From the My Information menu, click Shared Courses.

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2. Click the Shared courses tab.

3. To copy data from a shared web pages to one of your web pages, click Copy From.

4. To view the data that's housed in each unit or lesson, click the applicable unit or lesson.

a. Click the About, Resources, and Standards tabs to view all data within the unit or lesson selected.

b. View all the data you need by clicking the different units and lessons and their corresponding tabs (News/About, Resources, Standards). When finished, you can click the web page title to navigate back to the main web page view.

You do not have editing capabilities when viewing shared courses; however, if the original teachers enabled comments (Allow Comments) via My Information > Web Pages > Settings tab, you will have the ability to view and add comments. See Web Page Comments for more information.

If the original teacher linked Resources and Assignments to web page posts, you can hover over these for additional information or click on them to open the resource or assignment. See Adding Posts to Web Pages for more information.

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5. Click Copy next to the web page title to copy the entire web page.

6. Click Copy next to the applicable units to copy the unit from the web page only.

7. Click Copy next to the applicable lessons to copy the lesson from the web page only.

8. Clicking copy for an entire web page copies the entire web page as a new page; therefore, no pop-up window displays as it does below when a unit or lesson is copied.

Upon navigating to your web pages, you will see the new web page.

8a. Clicking copy for a unit or lesson opens another pop-up window where you must decide to which course (web page) you'd like the information copied. Click the applicable web page.

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Upon navigating to the selected web page, you will see the copied data.

Copying From District Courses

When administrative users create Curriculum Guides (web pages) to be used by teachers and select the “Linked Courses” from the Settings tab to make it available to teachers for select courses, teachers can access these Curriculum Guides from the Shared Courses screen on the District courses tab. The District courses tab allows teachers to Copy From the guide in order to add the information to their own Web Page or create a new web page.

1. From the My Information menu, click Shared Courses.

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2. Click the District courses tab.

3. To copy data from a shared web pages to one of your web pages, click Copy From.

4. To view the data that's housed in each unit or lesson, click the applicable unit or lesson.

a. Click the About, Resources, and Standards tabs to view all data within the web page, unit, or lesson selected.

b. View all the data you need by clicking the different units and lessons and their corresponding tabs (About, Resources, Standards). When finished, you can click the web page title to navigate back to the main web page view.

You do not have editing capabilities when viewing shared courses; however, if the administrative user enabled comments, you will have the ability to view and add comments. See Web Page Comments for more information.

If the administrative user linked Resources or Assignments to web page posts, you can hover over these for additional information or click on them to open the resource or assignment. See Adding Posts to Web Pages for more information.

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5. Click Copy next to the web page title to copy the entire web page.

6. Click Copy next to the applicable units to copy the unit from the web page only.

7. Click Copy next to the applicable lessons to copy the lesson from the web page only.

8. Clicking copy for an entire web page copies the entire web page as a new page; therefore, no pop-up window displays as it does below when a unit or lesson is copied.

Upon navigating to your web pages, you will see the new web page.

8a. Clicking copy for a unit or lesson opens another pop-up window where you must decide to which course (web page) you'd like the information copied. Click the applicable web page.

Upon navigating to the selected web page, you will see the copied data.

Additional Features

To export data to an Excel spreadsheet, click on the Excel icon in the Export section.

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To print data, click on the Printer icon in the Export section.

Click Filters to breakdown data.

a. To add more than one filter to a column, click on the green plus sign.

b. To delete an added filter, click on the red minus sign.

c. Select the gray arrow for more filtering options.

For more information, see Filters.