Group entry on the Group Enrollment screen

A group entry on the Group Enrollment page contains the following items.

Item Description
Name of the group Name of the group
Information (I) button Click this button to view the Group Information window. It opens as a separate window and contains more information about the group, including contact information and a list of group members.
Description of the group Description of the group
Enrollment status Open: Institutions may join the group now.

Closed: Institutions may not join the group now.

Activation status Active: Group members may participate in group activities now.

Inactive: Group members may not participate in group activities now.

Group type Public Subscription: Group was formed by making a subscription group public; members of the group share a local knowledge base.

Virtual: Group was created online; members of the group do not share a local knowledge base.

Number of members Number of members in the group.
Use This Group for Activities for which the group was formed:
  • Referral appears if group members refer questions among themselves when they need assistance providing answers.
  • Web Form Coverage appears if group members provide Web-form question coverage and extended hours of service for each others' patrons.
Creation Date Time and date when a virtual group was created or a subscription group was made public.
Your institution's membership status One of the following appears to indicate your membership status for the group:
  • Join this group appears if your institution has not yet joined the group and you may request membership now by clicking Join this group.
  • No information appears if your institution has not yet joined the group but the group's enrollment is currently closed.
  • *Date Joined and a date appears if your institution already joined the group online.
  • *Group Administrator appears if you created the group online and, therefore, your institution is already a member.
  • *Subscription Group appears if your institution joined the group when it subscribed to QuestionPoint or you are the administrator of the subscription group.

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