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How to Edit Projects (Building Administrator)

Building Administrators can follow the steps below to make changes to a project that they created. Note: If the project has been assigned to students, changes may affect students' progress on the project.

  1. From the building administrator dashboard (main page), click My School, then Projects.
  2. Locate the project card you want to edit and click on Edit.
  3. On the Editing Project page, you can edit the name, due date, description, tags, whether the project is shared, and the recommended grade levels.
  4. The task(s) you can edit for your project will be listed in the bottom right corner of the Editing Project window. Click the  icon (gear) to edit any of the tasks associated with your project. If you want to remove a task from the project, click next to the task; this can't be undone - you need to recreate a removed task to add it to the project again.

    For Lexile®/Benchmark tasks, you can edit the title, but not the type of test selected. If you want to change the type of test, you must remove the task and add a new one.

    If you edit a reading task like the one shown below, you can change the task title, task objective, reader settings, the number of books that must be finished before the task is marked complete, and the books in the project. 

    If you want to change the books in the project, select Manage Books. In the window that opens, the books you have included are already checked. To search for more books, enter your search words in the field at the top of the window and select Find Books. Then, check any additional books that you want to include. (You can also search using the available filters.) To remove a book from the project, remove the check mark. When you're done, click outside the window. Then, make any other changes to the reading task as needed; when you're done, close the reading task using the red X. You will be returned to the Editing Project page.

  5. On the Editing Project page, click Save if the page shows that changes were made.