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The Equivalency Batch Editor

The Equivalency Batch Editor
The Equivalency Batch Editor helps you to identify and/or edit existing equivalencies in TES. You must store equivalencies in TES in order to take advantage of this tool. There are two basic features in the Equivalency Batch Editor: The Equivalency Search feature, and the Health Check Report feature.

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  • Use the EQUIVALENCY SEARCH option to search for specific groups of equivalencies in your TES database.
    • Use any of the search items or a combination of the search items.
    • You can extract the list and/or edit the selected equivalencies as a batch.
  • Use the HEALTH CHECK REPORT section to run a health check on your institution's equivalencies from a target course perspective. There are three HEALTH CHECK reports:
    • Course Not Found in Your Most Recent Catalog - This report lists equivalencies to courses that are no longer found in the latest catalog. It may be a result of an omission from the catalog, or the course could have legitimately been discontinued. Either way, this report allows you to address issues with these selected equivalencies.
    • Course Title Change - This report lists equivalencies to courses that have had a change to the title. It doesn't mean that the content of the course has changed, but this could also be the case. Either way, this report allows you to address issues with these selected equivalencies.
    • Course Units Change - This report lists equivalencies to courses that have had a change to the units. It doesn't mean that the content of the course has changed, but this could also be the case. Either way, this report allows you to address issues with these selected equivalencies.
  • The Batch Edit function will then allow you to make changes to all of the selected equivalencies. 
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