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- What do you call each icon in Coursetune?
- Can you help me with terminology of Coursetune?
There are two schemas we use to organize curriculum in Coursetune:
- Structural Levels (left-hand panel): Institution/Organization (Level 1), Division (Level 2), Program (Level 3), and Course (Level 4)
- Design Layers: C-layer and Bundle Layer (these are sometimes called the two sides of the course (level-4 object))
In addition, there are action modes visible to different team roles at different levels:
- Modes: View, Tune, Edit, Access
You can see where to find these schemas and modes in the layout below:
When you mouse-over the icons in the left menu, you can see what the specific level is named in this taxonomy.
The icons at the top of the Coursetune interface also have functionality (the screenshot below is at the program level):
In the right side panel, you will see:
- Mappings panel
- Task List
- Reports and Data
- Access panel
Please note that the use of the Task List, editing Activities, Variations, Archives, Access, and Tuning will always be dependent upon your role permissions.
Descriptions will always be displayed at the bottom of the right side panel.
Want to know more about what sorts of data can go inside Coursetune, and where? Check out this article: Coursetune Answers What, When, Why, and How of Learning