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Course copy instructions


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Course copy instructions

  1. 1. COURSE  COPY   1    Open  the  course  that  you  wish  to  copy  to  (start  at  the  destination).  Click  Edit  Course.      On  this  Course  Administration  screen,  locate  and  click  on  Import  /  Export  /  Copy  Components.          When  asked  “What  would  you  like  to  do?"  on  the  Import/Export/Copy  Components  screen,    keep  the  first  selection  marked  Copy  Components  from  Another  Course  or  Template.    Keep  checked  protected  resources.    Click  Start.              
  2. 2. On  the  Copy  Course  Components  screen,  choose  to  Copy  the  selected  course  components  from  and  use  the  drop-­‐down  arrow  to  select  the  course  offering  you  are  copying  from  (the  source).  Wait!  Allow  a  10-­‐15  second  load  time  delay  before  you  click  continue.    Choose  Components  to  Copy  expands  below  the  selected  course.  Either  choose  to:   • Select  All  Components  (highly  recommended)  or   • Individually  select  which  components  you  want  to  copy.  This  option  gives  you  more  control   over  what  items  are  copied  into  your  course,  but  also  creates  more  room  for  errors  and   omissions.  Use  this  option  only  if  you  want  small  amounts  of  course  materials  (i.e.  a  certain   unit,  exam,  or  content  item).                                         After  making  your  selections,  press  Continue  at  the  bottom  of  the  screen.  
  3. 3. COURSE  COPY   3         On  the  Confirm  Components  to  Copy  screen,  scroll  down  to  the   bottom  of  the  page  and  click  Finish.     Allow  10-­‐30  seconds  for  the  copy  to  take  place  (length  of  time   will  vary  based  on  the  size  of  the  course  and  your  internet  speed).       Do  not  close  this  page  until  the  copy  is  finished.     When  the  copy  is  complete,  all  items  selected  will  display  with   green  check  marks  and  the  phrase  “items  were  successfully   copied”  on  the  Copy  Summary  page.     Click  Done.                            Notes:  If  you  choose  to  select  individual  items,  additional  screen  steps  will  allow  you  to  make  those  selections  more  specifically.  Follow  the  prompts  and  press  Continue  when  done  with  each  screen.  Using  this  option,  you  must  carefully  select  course  files  with  each  content  item  you  wish  to  copy,  or  links  will  not  work  correctly  in  the  new  course.    Once  a  course  has  been  copied,  be  sure  to  edit  the  new  course  for  date  changes,  updates,  and  to  test  all  links  from  a  student  perspective.    You  may  delete  unwanted  items  from  the  new  course.