*Updated 11/19/2021 - I added a filter to only load courses that the user role is "teacher".
*Updated 7/26/2021 - I fixed the maxTerm function - it wasn't evaluating correctly.
*Updated 7/13/2021* - I fixed the "undefined" error some users were getting. I had to redo the maxTerm function as it had stopped working correctly.
This is a robust script in which the instructor's current term courses are loaded in a dropdown menu to choose the parent course. Then the remaining courses are dynamically created and are selectable to be child courses. Finally, the instructor can rename the parent course and submit to finalize the crosslisting and renaming actions. The instructor can also choose to crosslist without renaming and rename without crosslisting. On the subaccount page, it also adds the ability for admins to search for a user and then perform the same tasks as an instructor as well as decrosslist a course.
If you want to test, use TamperMonkey in Chrome or other userscript extension.
I welcome those with better programming chops to help me improve the script. If you have any questions about what any part of the script does (my documentation isn't all done yet!) please let me know and I'll be more than happy to help. Otherwise, let me know what you think and what other features you may want to see implemented!
My current role focuses on maintaining Canvas for Katy ISD and developing new tools and trainings for users.
Previously, I was a Classroom Technology Designer from 2016/2017 to 2019/2020 school years at several high schools and junior highs. I have six years of classroom teaching experience - I taught AP Environmental Science, Chemistry, and IPC at Morton Ranch HS and Miller Career & Technology Center.
I graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a B.S. in Geology and minor in Environmental Science. Previous to my teaching career, I worked as an Environmental Geologist focused on groundwater and soil remediation projects.
I have a passion for spreadsheets and love developing methods to increase efficiency and reduce investment in tedious tasks. I love learning - whether it's something technology related or something more traditional like making costumes and quilts.