The Equivalency Batch Editor
The following article explains the Equivalency Batch Editor functionality within TES.
The Equivalency Batch Editor: an Overview
The Equivalency Batch Editor can be used to identify and/or edit existing equivalencies in TES. Institutions must store equivalencies in TES 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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Also referred to as the EQ Search, the Equivalency Search is used to locate specific groups of equivalencies in an institution's TES database. Searches are generated by selecting criteria. From there, one can export the list of equivalencies and/or edit or delete them as a batch.
For more information about how to use Equivalency Search to locate, export, batch edit, or batch delete equivalencies, see the following series of articles:
Health Check Report
The Health Check Reports allow users to identify courses from their institution that are referenced in equivalencies and whose curriculum may have changed or may no longer be offered. Once this information has been reviewed, the Batch Edit function can be used to make changes to all of the selected equivalencies.
There are three Health Check reports:
- Course Not Found in Your Most Recent Catalog
- This report lists equivalencies to courses no longer found in the institution's most recent catalog. The course may not be found because of an omission from the catalog, or the course could have truly been discontinued.
- Course Title Change
- This report lists equivalencies to courses that have had a change in the title.
- Course Units Change
- This report lists equivalencies to courses that have had a change to the units.
For more information about the Health Check Reports, see the following series of articles: