In this lesson, we will review how to publish a curriculum map, as well as how you may review course summaries of units, and the standards that have been tracked and used within a curriculum map. These are powerful tools that can ensure that you're on the right track when creating your curriculum map and that it will be a great resource for teachers to use within your institution.
- Within your Curriculum Map, there is the ability to view course summaries side by side, to ensure alignment throughout all units and ensure that there is an understandable journey throughout the map. This article is an overview on how to do so.
- Exporting a Curriculum Map allows you to save the Map as a PDF for distribution among your Institution or even print. This article is a quick article on how to do so and all of the options provided.
- A powerful tool in Curriculum, tracking standards allows you to ensure that the standards within the Standard Sets attached are being met. This article is a quick overview on how you can track these standards within your Map. If you need to export or print your standards, you may also see the following articles:
- This is only a permission that is given to users with the role Curriculum Publisher. If you do not have this role, you will need to seek out a Curriculum Publisher to publish your map. Review this article in order to fully understand what happens when you publish a curriculum map, as well as the instructions on how to do so.
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