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  • Requirements are the courses that students are required to finish to complete a catalog program. Within a program you can view current requirements and add or delete requirements.

    Each course listing in catalog is independent, even when it is associated with a program listing. Each requirement within the program has its own visibility and enrollment details. Learn how catalog requirements appear in program listings.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Each course listing in catalog is independent, even when it is associated with a program listing. Depending on how you want to create a program, you will have to set visibility and enrollment details for each course requirement. This lesson will show you various scenarios you can create for a program listing.

    Note: Even if you restrict course visibility in a program listing, when a student reaches the registration page, the names of all course listings will still be shown.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I manage my catalogs?

    You can manage all of your catalogs and view an overall status on the Managed Catalogs page. Each catalog has its own settings and customization options.

    There are two types of catalogs: domain catalogs and subcatalogs. A domain catalog links your account in Canvas with your catalog home page and is created for you as part of the catalog setup process. A subcatalog creates a specific path URL where you can associate and brand specific listings for a department, organization, or team.

    Managing your catalogs allows you to add subcatalogs, manage user defined fields, customize catalogs, and manage categories.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Canvas Catalog lets you fully customize your catalog experience. You can customize an entire catalog with its own branding, settings, and other customization options.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I manage catalog listings?

    You can manage all courses and programs in Canvas Catalog on the Listings page. The Listings page shows an overview and status of all course and program listings. You can also add a new course or program.

    An institution's catalog is always public facing, even if students are not logged in. However, institutions can manage the visibility of each listing in their catalog.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I manage catalog promotions?

    You can manage all promotions in Canvas Catalog on the Promotions page. The Promotions page shows an overview and status of all available promotion codes.

    Note: Promotions only apply to listings with an enrollment fee.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can add subcatalogs in Canvas Catalog by creating a new catalog. Your domain catalog links your account in Canvas with your catalog home page and is created for you as part of the catalog setup process. Subcatalogs are linked to your domain catalog and allow you to associate specific listings for a department, organization, or team. Subcatalogs can be customized with their own branding and settings.

    By default, subcatalog listings are shown in the parent catalog as well as the subcatalog's individual URL path. However, subcatalogs can also be made private, where subcatalog listings are not shown in the parent catalog.

    Once you have created a subcatalog, you can manage your catalogs at any time to add customization options.

    Note: You cannot delete a subcatalog once it has been created.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can create a certificate of completion for programs in Catalog. Certificates are automatically issued to students when they have completed all requirements in the program. You can add a pre-designed template or create a custom template from HTML/CSS.

    Note: Courses within each program can only be identified as complete if the courses include modules. Learn how Catalog works with Canvas.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I add a catalog program listing?

    You can add a program listing in Canvas Catalog. Programs are made of requirements, which are the catalog courses or other programs that students are required to complete.

    Each course listing in catalog is independent, even when it is associated with a program listing. Depending on how you want to create a program, you will have to set visibility and enrollment details for each course requirement. Learn how various visibility and enrollment statuses apply to course requirements in program listings.

    Note: You cannot add a program listing until you have added courses to a catalog.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I add a catalog promotion?

    For paid listings, you can add a discount promotion code. Discount codes can be applied to all listings or for a specific listing.

    Note: Promotions only apply to listings with an enrollment fee and are not case sensitive.

    Manual Catalog Guide