How to manually create class spreadsheets Follow
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Important note on class spreadsheets
You can create your own class spreadsheets for a manual data load, as described here -- however, we recommend using the Manual Configuration page and downloading the pre-populated spreadsheet templates.
Class spreadsheets column headers
Below is a list of the column headers that can be used in Hāpara classes spreadsheets. These values are not case-sensitive. See below for descriptions along with a couple of examples of how to populate each column.
The Mailbox value appears before the "@" in the email address of the Google Group created for a class. This value must end with the current academic year suffix, and it can only contain characters that are valid for email addresses. The mailbox values must be unique for each class in your domain.
This is the name of a class. It will be used as the display name of the class in Hāpara, the name of the Google Group for the class, and the name of the class folder. It must be unique for each class in your domain and must end in the current academic year suffix.
This is a comma-separated list of email addresses belonging to the teachers that will be added to each class. It can be a single teacher or multiple teachers.
This is a comma-separated list of student subject folders required for the class. It can specify a single folder or multiple. See this article for more information on naming subject folders.
This is the name of the calendar to be created or linked for a class. Usually, it is set to the same value as the "Name" column. Note:
- Multiple classes can share a single Calendar, just enter the same calendar name for each class you'd like to share a calendar.
- Classes can utilize an already created Google Calendar, just enter the name of any existing Google Calendar to add this class’ teachers as writers to the pre-existing calendar. Any students added to this class will be given read access to this pre-existing calendar.
This is the unique identifier of the school that a class belongs to. See this article for more on how this works.