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Course Tag Migration

Course Tags may be migrated from one dataset to another. Click the COURSE TAG MIGRATION link in the upper right hand corner.

Course Tags are applied at the dataset level (and can be migrated to other datasets). Select the dataset to apply tags.

Course Tags and Outlines are applied to a specific dataset, and can then be migrated to other datasets so that you don’t have to duplicate all the work.

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Course Tags are added to TES by CollegeSource. Use the contact us link to send us a list of Tag codes and titles. Once added, you can apply them to any course in any dataset.

 The Source Datasets are the datasets that you have tagged courses in; the COUNT is the number of tagged Courses in that dataset (even if a course has more than one tag, it will only be represented once in this count).

 The Destination Datasets are the datasets that you can migrate your courses with applied Course Tags to.

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The Source Datasets are the datasets that you have tagged courses in; the

COUNT is the number of tagged courses in that dataset.

Select a source and a destination dataset and click SUBMIT to migrate the tags.

The Destination Datasets are the

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datasets that you can migrate your tagged courses to.

 Duplicates will automatically be detected and will not be migrated.

• Select the Source Dataset and Destination Dataset and click the image button.

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Before migration, the 2015-2016 dataset has 157 Tagged Courses and the 2013-2014 dataset has 43.

After migration, the 2013-2014 dataset has 151. Duplicates will be skipped and if a course that is tagged in the Source Dataset doesn’t appear in the Destination Dataset, it will not be added.

If you have Tags applied to courses that exist in the Source Dataset, but the courses do not exist in the Destination Dataset, those courses will not be added to the Destination Dataset. Just the Tags that are on courses that exist in both catalogs/datasets will be migrated.

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