Copy Course Content (Faculty)

*PLEASE NOTE*

  • Performing a course copy will be an addition or addendum to any existing materials in a course; it will not over-write any materials in the course.
  • The person attempting the course copy must be enrolled in both courses as an instructor.

Copy content material from an existing course into a new course:

  1. Go to the existing course that contains all of the content to be copied from.
  2. Go to Control Panel on the bottom left-hand corner of the course.
  3. Click on Packages and Utilities then click on Course Copy.

Under the Packages and Utilities dropdown, Course Copy is highlighted

  1. Select Copy Type

  • Copy Course Materials into a New Course will automatically be selected. If the destination course already exists, click on the drop down and select that option. A Browse button will be offered to find the course to copy into.

  1. Select Copy Options

  • Destination Course ID (CRN) will be the course that the existing content will be copied into. Click on the Browse button and select the appropriate course.

  • Click Select All to select ALL content within existing course to copy into the new course.

Under the Select copy options, an arrow is pointing to browse and Select All is highlighted

  1. File Attachments

  • Select this option to copy links and copies of the content over into the new course.

Under the File Attachments section, "Copy links and copies of the content (inclued entire course home folder) is selected and highlighted

  1. Enrollments  

  • Do not select Include Enrollments in the Copy. This will copy all enrollments from the existing course and place them into the new course. (Example – by selecting this option, it will copy all enrollments from the spring course and insert them into the new summer course along with all of the new summer enrollments).

  1. Click Submit

  • A confirmation email will be sent when the process is complete; the new course can then be accessed, with the copied content therein.
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Article ID: 45335
Created
Wed 12/20/17 2:53 PM
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Tue 3/12/19 4:48 PM