This article contains:
- Instructions on how to associate a new list to the hierarchy
- Instructions on editing the hierarchy association for an existing list
- FAQs on associating lists with the hierarchy
We have made a change to the behaviour of hierarchy data and associated student numbers. This improvement is to support:
- Applying list student numbers from hierarchy data level.
- Multiple module improvements in Talis Aspire Digitised Content (more information to follow in the coming weeks).
You can update student number associated with a Hierarchy node as part of a bulk hierarchy update (Hierarchy data format) or manually when you edit an individual node.
Creating a new list
When you create a new list you click 'Select Hierarchy' to add the list to an existing node in your hierarchy.
This then takes you to a screen where you can select one or more hierarchy nodes. If student numbers have been added at the hierarchy level these will display here also. These can be edited now or at a later time.
The linked hierarchy node(s) display on both the list edit and list view screens as shown here.
On the List edit screen, the student numbers display for each node:
On the List view screen these display as a total.
Editing existing lists
For existing lists you can add or edit the hierarchy nodes and student numbers from the 'Edit' menu.
In the modal you can add and remove hierarchy nodes and update the student numbers.
On saving this will update the numbers on the list but will not change the saved hierarchy node value, just value recorded on that list.
Adding a list to a node - Alternative route
Navigate to the node page of the module/unit/course you wish to attach a list to and click Add list
Search for the list by title and select
Confirm Student numbers and Save
Q. Am I able to edit the hierarchy and student numbers when I request a review for the list?
A. When a review is requested you are no longer able to edit the students numbers at the point instead the user is directed back to list to take this action.
Q. I can't find the exact module on the hierarchy I want to attach my list to.
A.If you're having difficulties locating a hierarchy node in the hierarchy search, use the node code as well as the node name. For example: where the Node code is "LL" and Node name is "Law", enter "LL Law".