CSAR is the section availability report which is produced to see open sections and/or include closed sections. Use the Section Availability Report (CSAR) screen to generate a report indicating whether course sections are available.
The report indicates the following:
How To Run a CSAR (basic)
|1.||Log into Colleague (not possible through wireless connections)|
|2.||In the upper left, type “CSAR”|
|3.||Choose to run the report organized by faculty or location (default = location)||
|4.||Disregard all other entries at the top of the form.|
Enter the desired Term (semester) or Terms. You can enter more than one, however it is recommended to run a single CSAR for each Term.
OPTIONAL INPUTS. Leave these blank unless you wish to further filter your results. Typically used options are in bold.
|Note:||There is generally no difference between subject and department; use subject|
|7.||Leave “Additional Selection Criteria” set to “No”.|
|8.||Click “Save” or press F9, then “Update” to proceed to the next screen.|
Enter the Output Device you desire. “e” will launch a sub-screen that allows you to email the results to yourself. “h” will allow you to view and save the report as a .txt file.
|10.||Disregard all other fields on this screen, and click “Save” or press F9, then click “Update”|
Disregard all fields in the next screen and repeat step 10.
A new screen will pop up, indicating the status of the report, followed by a display of the report itself.
To save the report, click “save as” and follow the on screen directions. Alternatively, you can export as a PDF and follow those on screen directions.
Be sure to save the file with the extension “.txt” to ensure easy opening of the file afterwards.
Article ID: 856
Created On: Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 9:57 AM
Last Updated On: Wed, Aug 19, 2020 at 7:26 AM
Online URL: https://kb.mc3.edu/article/course-section-availability-report-csar-856.html