Importing a framework creates a copy of the framework you provided. You will be in control of the new framework.
For this import, you can use one or two CSVs. The first (required) CSV describes the competencies to include in a new framework. The second (optional) CSV describes the relations between the competencies found in the first framework.
Each row in the first CSV will represent one competency, and each row in the second CSV will represent one relation between two competencies. The relations can be between competencies found in the first CSV, competencies found in other frameworks, or a mixture of the two.
You can select the columns to use to describe the id, name, description, and other fields.
For this import, you use one CSV. Each row in the CSV will represent one object, whether that be a competency, or a competency framework. Particular fields will be used to determine hierarchy.
Using this format, you can import several frameworks, each with their own competencies. Competencies may not be shared across frameworks, and each competency may only have one parent.
It is also important that the rows be sequenced correctly, with competency frameworks appearing before the competencies inside of them, and for a parent to be in a row above a child of that parent.
Medbiquitous is a standards body that includes medical competencies as one of their XML based formats.
Using this format, you can import competencies exported from a system that exports Medbiquitous formatted XML.
The Achievement Standards Network set of standards, or ASN standard for short, is a legacy standard used primarily by achievementstandards.org to transmit state standards and other national and organizational standards
Using this format, you can import competencies exported from achievementstandards.org and other systems in an RDF JSON format.
You can also import frameworks from a remote server. You may or may not be in control of the new framework.
If you know the URL of a IMS CASE Repository, such as OpenSalt, you can import published frameworks from that repository.
This import maintains the URLs of the CASE frameworks and changes both the format and schema used to store the CASE frameworks in CaSS, but does not change any of the data.
After entering the endpoint below, you can select which frameworks you would like to import.