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Book/course relationships are listed on the "Courses" tab. Book/course relationships are key to calculating your campuses' eligibility numbers per ISBN and enabling several course-dependent reports (within the district view and the campus view). Example reports include the "District Analysis of Need," "Campus Needs by Title," "Class Roster Book Check," and "Class Roster with Bar Codes."

Pro Tip: After assigning new and/or editing existing book/course relationships, push the relationships to the respective campuses approved for the ISBN (see "Transfer Book-Course Relationships").

Assign a Book/Course Relationship

  1. Click textbooks.png Textbooks, located in the navigation bar.
  2. Search for the desired ISBN.
  3. Click mglass.png Details, located in the ISBN's row. This opens the respective "Textbook Details" page.
  4. Click on the Courses tab.
  5. Click plus.png Add. This opens the "Course/Book Assignment" page.
  6. Search for the desired course.
  7. Click on the check.png Select box located in the course's row. This opens the Campus Student % and Campus Teacher % fields.
  8. Enter the desired percentage into the District Student % and District Teacher % fields.
  9. Enter the desired percentage into the Campus Student % and Campus Teacher % fields.
  10. Click addselect.png Add Selected, located above the blue header bar. This updates the "Course/Book Assignment" grid.
  11. Click back.png Previous Page to return to the "Textbook Details" page.

Edit a Book/Course Relationship

  1. Click textbooks.png Textbooks, located in the navigation bar.
  2. Search for the desired ISBN.
  3. Click mglass.png Details, located in the ISBN's row. This opens the respective "Textbook Details"page.
  4. Click on the Courses tab.
  5. Locate the desired course.
  6. Click pencil.png Edit in the same row as the desired course. This opens the District Student % and District Teacher % fields.
  7. Update the desired percentage in the District Student % and District Teacher % fields.
  8. Click floppy.png Save. This refreshes the Courses tab.

Remove a Book/Course Relationship

  1. Click textbooks.png Textbooks, located in the navigation bar.
  2. Search for the desired ISBN.
  3. Click mglass.png Details, located in the ISBN's row. This opens the respective "Textbook Details" page.
  4. Click on Courses tab.
  5. Locate the desired course.
  6. Click delete.png Delete in the same row as the desired course.
  7. The message "Are you sure you want to delete this course?" appears.
  8. Click OK. This refreshes the Courses tab.

Note: Eligibility (a number the district uses to approve additional materials requested from a campus) is calculated by the following equation:

(Campus student % x Current enrollment number) + (Campus teacher % x Current teacher enrollment number) = ISBN eligibility

Most districts designate student edition materials for students only. To only account for student enrollment eligibility, use zeros in the Campus Teacher % field for student edition materials. In almost all cases, districts designate teacher edition materials for teachers only. To only account for teacher enrollment eligibility, use zeros in the Campus Student % field for teacher edition materials.

To designate that every student/teacher enrolled is entitled to a copy of the ISBN (1:1 ratio), enter 100% into the respective campus percentage field. It is common to have a higher percentage for the district fields. This allows for district growth, special education copies, etc.

Pro Tips:

  • Review an ISBN's district-wide eligibility numbers on the "Textbook Details" inventory tab under the "Textbook Needs" section. Reports have three "District Analysis of Needs" reports (current enrollment, max enrollment, and percentage forecast).
  • Review a campus's eligibility for an ISBN in "Find a Book" and/or the "Campus Details" eligibility tab. The "Campus Needs by Title" report is another option for reviewing a campus's eligibility.
  • Review current book/course relationships with the "Master Courses Listing" report.
  • Review a list of all campuses offering a specific course on the "Courses" page.