Register your Syllabus
There are two ways an instructor can register a syllabus:
View the Syllabus Registry
CMU community members can view all of the syllabi published in the registry.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do syllabi get into the Registry?
Instructors who are using Canvas can go into their Canvas course site to indicate which Canvas file or Canvas page (including the Syllabus page) represents their syllabus. After clicking a button, their syllabus is automatically copied to the Syllabus Registry.
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How do CMU community members access the Syllabus Registry?
Does the Syllabus registry cover all courses?
What about different sections of a course (e.g., Pgh & Silicon Valley)?
What about cross-listed courses?
What about faculty who incorporate their syllabi into a webpage?
In the case where faculty use Canvas, can a TA register the syllabus?
When will summer be loaded (and the subsequent semester, in general)?
What if a faculty member registers a syllabus via the Canvas process and the Departmental Admin uploads a file as the syllabus for that same course, which syllabus wins the conflict?
Is the intent of the Syllabus Registry to make syllabi available to students before class?
Is there a deadline for submitting syllabi?
Can faculty upload a revised version to their syllabus?
If the faculty member makes a significant change to their syllabus after registering it, they may go back to the "Syllabus Registry" button in their Canvas course and register again -- this time selecting the updated syllabus.
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