The Resource Library allows Career Center Users to upload and organize resources for students on any topic, in a variety of formats. Admins can add files or links to videos, and keep these items organized in folders.
- Adding a New Resource
- Uploading Files
- Adding URLs
- Adding a Folder
- Uploading to a Specific Folder
- Frequently Asked Questions
Adding a New Resource
The resource library accepts a wide variety of file types, including Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, images, videos, links, and more.
Select “Add File” from the Action drop-down.
On the new window that appears, select the file you want to upload from your computer and add a name to the resource.
- If you'd like this resource to be available to specific student groups, select the eligible student groups from the drop-down menu.
Select “Submit” to upload the file.
To share a link via the resource library, select “Add Link” from the Action drop-down.
On the new window that appears enter the name and URL of the link, select eligible Student Groups from the drop-down, and select “Submit.”
Adding a Folder
Folders are the best way to keep your resource library organized.
- Pro tip: For optimal organization, you should always ensure that folders are created before individual files or links are uploaded.
To add a folder to the resource library:
Select “Add Folder” from the Action drop-down.
Name your folder, select eligible Student Groups from the drop-down menu, and select “Submit.”
Uploading to a Specific Folder
Select the specific folder from the Resource Library home page.
Select the “Action” button and choose Add File, Add Link, or Add Folder (to create a sub-folder).
Pro Tip: Admins can generate a shareable link for a folder or file and send it to career center users or students by selecting the ellipsis next to the folder or file and selecting the appropriate link.
Can we move files between folders?
No, at present, if a file is in the incorrect folder, you will need to delete it and re-upload it to the correct folder
Can we reorganize the order of the folders?
No, at present, it is not possible to reorganize the order of the folders.
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