Web Titles can make requirements AND sub-requirements more readable in u.direct®
Web Title fields in u.achieve® can be used to give requirements and sub-requirements meaningful titles for display on u.direct Roadmaps. (The sub-requirement Web Title field is located in the alternate view on the Reference/Other tab.) Such entries become the default text, reducing the need for editing during the Roadmap-building process.
You can copy sub-requirements in DARwin/u.achieve®
To copy a sub-requirement from one requirement to another:
1. Open both the requirements you want to copy from and to.
2. Use your mouse to “grab” the sub-requirement to be copied from the requirement tree view.
3. Drag the copy to the tree view of its new requirement.
4. Drop the sub-requirement on top of the one you want to follow the copy.
To copy a sub-requirement within the same requirement:
1. Hold the Control key down while you click the sub-requirement to be copied in the requirement tree view.
2. Drag the sub-requirement to its new place in the tree view.
3. Drop the sub-requirement on top of the one you want to follow the copy
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CollegeSource Products on Campus
CollegeSource would like to recognize the following schools that have added new CollegeSource products on their campuses:
Arizona State University, California Polytechnic State University—San Luis Obispo, College of Idaho, Columbia Greene Community College, Illinois Valley Community College, Kern Community College, Loyola University, New Mexico Military Institute, Suffolk Community College, Ultimate Medical Academy, University of Arizona Admissions, University of Massachusetts Boston, and University of Montevallo.
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Congratulations to the following schools who have recently gone into production with u.achieve:
Oakton Community College, St. Louis Community College, Texas Woman’s University, University of California Los Angeles, University of California San Diego, University of Oregon, University of Massachusetts Boston, and University of Washington.