Using Feeds to Populate Syllabus Item Content
Item-based feeds with syllabus content can be created and run to populate syllabus content in Concourse. Clients typically do this on an infrequent (e.g. once a year) basis to migrate from an existing syllabus or related solution, to populate a large number of course-level templates with artifacts like course descriptions, or to mass set item permissions.
The required format for these custom syllabus content feeds is very similar to a course feed. For example, if a feed for the Description item is desired, the pipe-separated file should contain columns for: A course identifier, the description itself, additional notes, and finally comments.
If this option is something your institution would like to consider, we recommend talking to your implementation specialists and reading our article: Construct and Process Item Feeds
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 ...
Construct and Process Item 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 system data feeds. If you would like more generalized information on the uses and benefits of Feeds, ...
API - Syllabus Content
FYI: All lines within code blocks are numbered, regardless of whether there is more than one line of code provided. An API is available to retrieve the content, permissions, and metadata related to syllabi. This is helpful for integrating Concourse ...
Using Feed Logs
The feed log contains feed files and output reports for system administrators to keep track of the flow of information into Concourse and how the information is behaving in the system. To access the feed log visit Admin > Tools > Feeds and select ...
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 ...