- The relationships you’ve mapped between documents can be visualized on the Coverage tab of the Map tool by running coverage reports.
- Coverage reports show how the content of one document (the primary document) maps against, or is covered by, the content of another document (the secondary document) in a simple table.
Note: You can also display multiple secondary documents together in the same table, e.g., accreditation standards, instructional methods and staff names against your curriculum.
- For instance, a coverage report of your accreditation standards versus your curriculum will show you at a glance where particular accreditation standards are covered, and whether you have any gaps in your curriculum.
- You are also able to download coverage reports as .CSV files to:
- Share with faculty and your accrediting body
- Combine with data from other sources
- View large data sets easily
- Filter your data
- Save a copy
Two options for creating coverage reports
- The option you choose will depend on how you want to review and filter your data.
- Set your accreditation standards as the primary document (left side of the coverage table) and your curriculum as the secondary document (right side of the coverage table).
Note: The primary document can also be another document (e.g., staff, instructional methods or assessments).
- This shows you which accreditation standards are covered by specific areas of your curriculum, for instance, by year of study or a particular course.
- It also allows you to filter on individual areas of your curriculum when you download the report as a .CSV file.
- This is the best option for showing how accreditation standards are supported by your curriculum as a whole, and identifying any curriculum gaps at a glance.
- Set your curriculum as the primary document (left side of the coverage table) and your accreditation standards as the secondary document (right side of the coverage table).
Note: The secondary document can also be another document (e.g., staff, instructional methods, or assessments.)
- This is ideal for reviewing your entire curriculum at a glance, and identifying where each accreditation standard is covered. Your accrediting body is likely to ask for this style of report.
- It also allows you to filter on individual accreditation standards when you download the report as a .CSV file.
- This is the best option for identifying which courses or learning outcomes you have already mapped to accreditation standards, and which you still need to map.
Use the following links to learn how to create coverage reports for each option:
Additional information can be found in our Map User Guide, which you can download here or from the Help menu in your Liftupp Portal.