View (Export) ALL Schools in Eval25

The View (Export) ALL Schools function is where Eval25 Access Restrictions are built. You can allow a user to have unrestricted access to the entire institution when the box is checked. When the box is not checked, you can build specific restrictions for users.View (export) all schools checkboxImage: View (Export) ALL Schools checkbox.

Note: Examples

Find access restriction examples here: permissions_examples.pdf

Building Restrictions

When you set up restrictions, you determine how the rule sets ("Groups") you are about to build should be applied. You will need to decide whether 'Any' or 'All' of the restrictions apply:

  • Any - Each of the groups and rules you are creating can be applied independently. 
  • All - Each of the groups and rules you are creating will be applied together.

In essence, if you use 'Any' you have decided the rules can apply independently (this rule OR this other rule), whereas if you use 'All' you have decided the rules must apply in conjunction with each other (this rule AND this other rule).

How to Build Restrictions

1. Add a Group

Leave the restriction set to Any. Then, press Add Group to add another group of rules for restriction of access.

Any selected in dropdown. Add group button highlighted.Image: Tapping Add Group will populate another row.

2. Add a Rule

Tap Add Rule to add permission attributes. Add Rule allows you to specify an attribute, such as School, and then refine the permission by selecting Equals or Does Not Equal, followed by a specific school, such as Arts and Sciences.

Image: Tapping Add Rule will populate rows to add your rule criteria. 

3. Select the Rule Criteria

  • Select a Specific Attribute: School, Department, Course Level, etc.
    • In the example above, School is selected
  • Select Equal/Does Not Equal
    • In the example above, Equals is selected
  • Select the Value of the First Attribute
    • In the example above, Arts and Sciences (ARTSCI) is selected
  • Select Add Rule and Repeat Steps 3-5
    • The selections in the example above are Course Level, Equals, 200

Continue repeating these steps, as needed.

4. If Needed, Delete a Row

Tap the Delete button next to a row to remove it. 

Image: Tap Delete to remove a single rule.

To delete all rows below the top row, click the Delete Children button.

Image: Tap Delete Children to delete all rows below it.

5. Save

For more information, please see: Permissions, Access Restrictions, & Copying Permissions