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Cross-listing & Re-cross-listingUpdated onArticle
Cross-listing (also known as co-listing or linking) is used in Canvas to combine the enrollments (students) from two or more courses into a single Canvas course shell. Cross-listing is typically used in the following scenarios:
- The same course is taught under different names for different degrees (typical in Computer Science - for example, "Programming fundamentals I" is ITSE-1302 and COSC-1336), but the content is the same.
- There are two (or more) levels of a subject (such as Latin Cardio Dance I and II), and students are combined to meet enrollment quotas.
- An academic course has a CE equivalent with the same or similar content.
- A teacher has multiple sections of the same course (ENGL-1302-001, ENGL-1302-002), and chooses to combine them to streamline workflow.
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