Copy Syllabus Content
Overview Copy, formerly known as "Import", allows you to copy content from one Concourse syllabus into one or many other syllabi. While the "Import" allowed you to copy information into your syllabus from another syllabus, Copy now gives you three ...
Accessibility Features and Conformance
We pride ourselves in making syllabi accessible. It is a core reason we developed Concourse. Compared to Word documents and PDFs, our responsive, HTML presentation already puts us a step ahead of such syllabus alternatives. But there's more. We are ...
Typical Points of Access for Concourse
In general there are three places where access should be provided: Externally: This refers to the public domain. All syllabi in Concourse can be made available, in whole or in part, through the public view. The search page is also available to the ...
Key Roles in Concourse Deployment
Deploying new technology at your university or college is never a small feat. For anyone who has implemented a system on campus, they know that 9 times out of 10 the success of the project has nothing to do with the technology itself. Rather, it is ...
Construct and Process Copy Feeds
This article is designed for IT professionals or those who have a background in running feeds and just want the technical specifications for running copy feeds. If you would like more generalized information on the uses and benefits of Feeds, or you ...