Set Curriculum Tags as Loggable

To make curriculum tags available as loggable you must flag them as such in Manage Curriculum. If a tag is not set as loggable you will still be able to assign it to a course, but it will not be visible under the course Logbook tab.

Unlike ME 1.13, you can now use a curriculum tag set that has 1 or 2 hierarchical levels for logging. The maximum level of hierarchies for the logbook curriculum tag set at this time is 2 levels. Any further levels will not be shown in the UI. See images displaying curriculum tag hierarchy at the bottom of the page.

You must be a user with administrative role permissions to edit curriculum tags.

New in ME 1.14 you can set an entire tag set to loggable at once!

To set an entire tag set as loggable:

  1. Navigate to Admin>Manage Curriculum.

  2. Click 'Curriculum Tags' from the Manage Curriculum card on the left sidebar.

  3. Click the checkbox beside the appropriate curriculum tag set.

  4. Click 'Make all loggable' below the list of tag set titles.

  5. To set all tags within a tag set as not loggable, click 'Make all unloggable'.

If you wish to specify that certain curriculum tags within a tag set are loggable and others aren't, you must individually set each tag as loggable.

  1. Navigate to Admin>Manage Curriculum.

  2. Click 'Curriculum Tags' from the Manage Curriculum card on the left sidebar.

  3. Click on the appropriate curriculum tag set.

  4. In list view, hover over a curriculum tag and click the pencil icon to edit the tag. In table view, click the pencil icon to edit the tag.

  5. Click the checkbox beside "This curriculum tag should be loggable in the Experience Logbook."

  6. Click 'Save'.

Tags set as loggable will be available to any course to which they are assigned as course objectives.

Sample Tag Set with 2 Levels

Setting the hierarchical levels of a tag set

In this sample the entire tag set is called Logbook Objectives. The Logging Categories (Level 1 hierarchy) are Entrustable Professional Activities, Tasks/Procedures, and Encounters.

Sample Tag Set showing the first level of the hierarchy

Each of the level 1 categories have additional tags nested underneath them.

Sample Tag Set showing the second level of the hierarchy

If you have a 2+ level hierarchical tag set and are manually inputting additional tags note that the children nested beneath a top level tag will inherit the loggable setting of that tag. For example, if the entire Entrustable Professional Activities

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