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Cross-Listed Course Patterns

  • Red text indicates data expected to be shown in the user interface.
  • <Green text> indicate available data from a Student Information System (SIS) expressed in terms from the data dictionary.
  • Those institutions having a similar pattern are listed in the "Examples:".

a


Two course offerings are represented by a single course and associated to a single site. Student enrollment is by course offering, usually separate departments. Site tools can publish to or limit views by course enrollments.
Examples: Stanford # 6a and b, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

b


Two course offerings are represented by a single course with multiple sections with instructor and/or student populated sections. Student enrollment is by course offering, usually separate departments. A single instructor teaches this course. Site tools can publish to or limit views by course enrollments and/or sections.
Examples: Stanford, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

c


Two course offerings are represented by a single course with multiple sections with instructor and/or student populated sections. Sections are organized by department. Student enrollment is by course offering, usually separate departments. These departments are represented by two or more instructors who co-teach this course. Site tools can publish to or limit views by course enrollments and/or sections.
Examples: Stanford, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

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