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Masters and Templates are similar; however, copying content from a Template is much easier!

Course Templates are usually developed to serve 2 purposes:

  1. to store material that is re-used from term-to-term or year-to-year
  2. to ensure consistency between sections of the same course

Here’s how to access a Course Template:

  1. At the very top right of the screen, click on the single settings_blue gear icon (next to your name) and select the Course Management link
  2. Below the summary section, on the right, click the Templates tab

templates

  1. Click the Search button

Templates that you have access to will be displayed in the table of results

If you need to change your role to see the template, here is a sample of other settings to change:

CRS roles

      4. Click on the Template Name to go to the template

NOTE: The template code (first column) indicates shows the name of this template course starting with the letters CRS.

 

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  1. grasby

    Here’s how to access a Course Template

    At the very top right of the screen, click on the settings blue gears icon and select Course Management
    Below the summary section, on the right, click the Templates tab
    Select a Role from the role drop-down menu
    Click the Search button
    Templates that you have access to will be displayed in the table of results
    Click on the Template Name to go to the template

    Then what???…I found the template but the instructions end there

    1. Kyle Hunter Article Author

      Hi Bob,

      What are you trying to do next? You may or may not have the same capabilities in the template that you have in your course.

      If you want to change something and you find that you can’t, you can navigate to your course and make the change there, and then just send an email off to the curriculum coordinator to get the change made in the Template.

      Thanks,

      Kyle