Creating a Missing Item Report

Creating a Missing Item Report

The purpose of the Missing Item Report to locate those syllabi within your Concourse system that may be missing certain items.  The mechanics of the missing item report are similar to that of the existing Item Report, in that information is extracted directly from the Concourse syllabus.  The missing item can be from any component of the syllabus, such as Outcomes, Books, or Schedule Entries, though only one item can be reported on at a time.  

In order to create a missing item report, select the Report Center from the main navigation and choose Missing Item.

Select the radio button next to the item that you wish to view across syllabi and click Next.

On the resulting search page you can narrow down your search either by entering specific criteria using Advanced Search. Once you have selected your desired criteria, click Search, and a list of courses will be displayed. 

Please Note: You can generate the report of a subset of the search results or a report containing all results. Either way, you *must* scroll down to the bottom of the search results and click either Selected Results for your subset or click All Results to include them all. 

A Missing Item Report will not include unstructured (uploaded) syllabi, since uploaded syllabi by nature do not include Concourse syllabus items. 

After reviewing the results, you can generate the report by checking individual results and clicking Selected Results or simply pressing All Results to include them all. Your missing item report will then appear, showing a table of item content for each course. You can also download a CSV file to view an even more detailed report.  

If you have suggestions regarding this feature or any other syllabus-related topic, please let us know! Visit the Community Area in the Concourse Support Center to share tips and learn about other schools' best practices.

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