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District Resources Overview

If access is turned ON for the district, additional materials and resources created by the district can be found in a folder-based repository within the Tools section. Users can view these district-created files and add them directly to their My Favorites folders, or download and save elsewhere for classroom use.

SITE ACCESS: Tools > District Resources

 

Click on the Tools drop-down in the site’s main navigation menu, and select the District Resources option.

website's main navigation menu with the tools drop down opened and an arrow pointing to the district resources option

NOTE: if District Resources access has not been turned ON by the district, users will see the following message. 

the notification message users see when attempting to access a component that has been turned off by the district admin

 

When accessing District Resources, the district folders that contain sub-folders are displayed with "+" (plus) buttons next to them.

opened resources folder with three sample folders nested below it

 

To locate a particular district resource, use the Keyword Search field to enter the desired criteria. 

right side of district resources page with an arrow pointing to the keyword search field bar

 

Click the "+" (plus) button to expand the sub-folders.

sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to the plus sign button to the left of it

expanded sample district resource folder showing its sub folders nested below it

 

Click the "–" (minus) button to collapse the folder's contents.

sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to the minus sign button to the left of it

collapsed sample district resource folder with its sub folders hidden from view

 

When clicking on a folder, its name and contents (files) will be displayed in the right panel. Files are only displayed in the folder if they have been published to the site by a District Administrator.

opened sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to the files it contains

 

If files have not been published yet, the folder will display empty results.

opened sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to a message stating that no files are present

 

When viewing a folder's contents, users can easily open or save the file by clicking on the title.

opened sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to the title of one of its files

 

Users can also bookmark the file for convenient future access by clicking the Add to My Favorites button to the right of the file.

opened sample district resource folder with an arrow pointing to the add to my favorites button associated with one of its files

If desired, add a description to the file. Then, click the Save button.

add to my favorites pop up modal with the description field highlighted

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