Please see the information below related to process changes and known issues associated with the catalog's new integration with our curriculum inventory management system (CIM). We'll continue to add and update content as issues are discovered and resolved.
In your approval queue, select the catalog page to review.
At the top of the preview window below, click the blue "Edit" button to open the editing toolbar.
In the editing toolbar, click the pencil icon that corresponds to the tab you want to review (e.g., "Requirements," "Plan(s) of Study").
In the pop-up window, any changes submitted through CIM that are still in the workflow will display. Please note that there will be no red and greed editing markup; the content will display as if it's been approved.
Follow this link to the program management site.
If prompted, log in using your IdentiKey username and password.
On the program management page, enter your program's field of study surrounded by asterisks (e.g., *history*, *journalism*, *electrical engineering*) and click "Search."
All programs for that field of study will appear in the search results. Click on the program you wish to review.
Below the search results, a preview panel will appear with details for the selected program. Any submitted changes will appear using red and green editing markup.
Frequently Asked Questions
Both the catalog and our curriculum inventory management system (CIM) are part of the CourseLeaf catalog managment software package. Because they're sister systems, they communicate with each other through data integrations.
You can think of the catalog kind of like your Google News feed: It displays content from different sites in a single location for a more comprehensive user experience.
Faculty information is hosted in the catalog database, which is only accessible to the catalog team. Submit any changes to that team for implementation.
As of June 2021, information specific to a program's curriculum is now hosted in our curriculum inventory management system (CIM). To edit this content, follow the "Editing Curriculum Information in CIM" instructions above.
Once you open the editing toolbar on a catalog page, whether through your approval queue (select your role from the drop-down menu) or the catalog development site, you'll typically see some kind of visual indication when content isn't directly editable.
This will be indicated by gray shading and/or a label stating "Approved Program Requirements" or "Approved Shared Content."
In addition to the flagged content, you're also unable to directly edit faculty information and course titles or descriptions.