Add/Edit Syllabus Text

On the Admin Syllabus page, click the Edit link the the right of Syllabus Text to start the Ass/Edit Syllabus Text wizard.

Step 1

Enter the syllabus title.

Text vs. HTML Format: If you select Text, your input will be displayed in a text-only mode. This means that if you paste a word-processed document into the wizard field, any style (bold, italics, etc.), font, and layout details will be lost in the paste operation. If you select HTML, then layout, style, and links will be displayed as specified.

Note: One exception to the loss of style elements when you select Text: You can include HTML style tags (such as <B> and </B> for bold) and these style specifications will be properly displayed in CourseWork.

If you already have an existing syllabus, you can copy and paste the text into the Description field.

CourseWork will not accept a syllabus description longer that 4,000 characters (text and HTML). To do a word count of your description, click the Count button at the bottom of the description text box.

Click Save to advance to the next step. Click Cancel to exit the wizard without making any changes.

Final Step

In the final wizard screen, CourseWork reports that you've successfully added syllabus text to your Syllabus page. Click OK to exit the wizard and return to Admin Syllabus.

Updated: November 3, 2003 by
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