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Language 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


A course with multiple sections is associated to a single site with SIS populated sections. Student enrollment is into a section. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: Stanford # 5d, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

b


A course with multiple sections is associated to multiple sites (based on instructor preference) with SIS populated sections. Student enrollment is into a section. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: Stanford # 5d, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

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  1. Unknown User (anneliechapman)

    At UCLA, it is often the case that TAs are teaching different sections of a given course under the guidance of a supervising instructor (who is the instructor of record for grading purposes), so the above diagrams would need to allow for replacing "instructor 1", "instructor 2", "instructor n" by "TA1", "TA2", "TAn", and providing the OPTION to also list the supervising instructor's name for each section's site. The supervising instructor's name should be optional because not all departments want to show the supervising instructor's name.
    Annelie Chapman
    Instructional Technology Coordinator
    UCLA Ctr for Digital Humanities