Overview of Content Access

In the Content Administration section of System Management, District and Campus Content Administrators are able to manage the ability for users to create customized versions of TCMPC Components and district-created content.

Required Role: District Content Admin or Campus Content Admin

Site Access: System Management > Content Access


Accessing Content Access

Click on the link for System Management in the upper, right corner of the page next to the Help icon.


Select Content Administration from the System Management landing page.



When you enter Content Access, there are several options for managing users’ access to content and ability to create customized versions of TCMPC Components.

District Content Settings

Managing Customization of Content

The Create My Version setting allows you to determine if you would like users within your district to be able to create individually customized versions of TCMPC IFDs or YAGs, and district-created content. If the Create My Version box is checked, individual users will be able to create their own versions of Year at a Glance and Instructional Focus Documents. Note that the Viewable box must be checked for District-Created Assessments in order to turn its Create My Version option ON. Any content customized through this feature will only be available to that individual user.


When the Create My Version setting is ON, district users will see the 'Create My Version' button at the top of TCMPC IFDs or YAGs, and district-created content.


If you do not want district users to create customized versions of TCMPC content, turn these settings OFF by unchecking the box(es).


Auto Publish Feature

As revisions are made in the TCMPC item bank, the assessment items on correlating District-Created Assessments will automatically be updated in the system through the Auto Publish feature. This setting is turned On, by default to allow for nightly updates to TCMPC assessment items.


To opt out of this feature, you can turn the Auto Publish setting Off by unchecking the box and manually publish your district assessment templates through the ‘Publish to live site?’ setting on the Manage Assessment Templates page in District Content.



Campus Content Settings

District Content Settings refer to the entire district.  If you have multiple campuses in your district, the Campus Content Settings allow Campus Content Administrators at individual campuses to also manage access. 

If a district administrator turns off access to any of the features, the campus administrator cannot turn them on.  However, if a district administrator turns on access to any of the features, the campus administrator does have the ability to turn off access for users within his/her campus.


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