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Course Bundles


A course bundle is a collection of courses that any user in Transferology Lab can assemble for the purpose of creating different transfer scenarios for a student.

The Course Bundles functionality simulates the student's user experience in Transferology by allowing users to locate schools that accept transfer coursework and run student audits. Users have the capability to create multiple bundles, thereby streamlining their workflow.

From the Advising & Recruiting drop-down menu, click the Course Bundles function:

The Course Bundles page appears with up to three tabs representing Transfer (default), Replacement, and (possibly) Empty displayed.

Any previously saved bundles (black hyperlinks) populate the table:

 

Column

Components

Description

Transfer/Replacement* Bundle Name

(*column title reflects the tab selection)

or

  • bundle name hyperlink
  • # of courses bubble 
  • shared bundle icon 

 

  • click here to view/edit the bundle

  • click here to go to the bundle's Course List
  • hover over icon to view the sender of the shared bundle
Last Updated

  • date and time stamp (mm/dd/yy hh:mm)

 

 

 

  • date and time of the bundle's last update
Created

  • date and time stamp (mm/dd/yy hh:mm)

 

 

 

  • date and time of the bundle's creation
Actions

  • view/edit 
  • create copy 

  • share bundle 
  • view matches 
  • run program 
  • delete 

 

 

 

  • view/edit the bundle and course list
  • clone a course bundle with all coursework from the existing bundle

 

 

 

 

  • share bundle with other Lab users
  • view matches in Schools Found page
  • generate the list of programs to run program (by default, the last bundle worked with is picked)
  • delete the bundle

Create a New Bundle

To create a new bundle, select the appropriate tab:

  • Transfer
  • Replacement.

The "+ Create" button is color-coded to the selected tab.

Tab

Create Button

Transfer

Create Transfer Bundle

(green)

Replacement

Create Replacement Bundle

(blue)

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