Join Oliver Schinkten for an in-depth discussion in this video Duplicating a course, part of Up and Running with Canvas 2015.
- So what if you like the contents of your course…and the way that it flowed and you want to copy it.…You want to copy it for a new section,…a new semester, or maybe even for the next year.…Canvas makes this very easy to do.…On the left sidebar we'll click on Settings…and then on the right sidebar we can select from…Student View, Course Statistics, Course Calendar,…we can Conclude or Delete the course.…But here we can Copy this Course.…If we click on Copy this Course it allows us to…name the course, give it a course code,…it asks us to give a new start date and an end date.…
I'll give this an end date of...…June 5th.…Next it'll ask whether we want to copy all content…from the course, or just select specific content.…In this case I'll keep it on all content.…If we decide to adjust the events and due dates,…it will ask whether or not we want to shift the dates…or remove the dates.…I would recommend removing the dates…and going through and putting new dates that correspond to…the dates of your new course.…Once we're completed with this,…
- Setting up a teacher account and profile
- Creating the course and syllabus
- Adding a grading profile
- Creating student groups
- Setting up conferences
- Creating assignments and quizzes
- Building test question banks
- Exploring the grading tools (including SpeedGrader)
- Adding co-teachers
- Duplicating a course
- Working with modules
- Publishing a course
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Canvas 2015
2. Creating a Course
3. Creating Student Groups
4. Adding Assignments and Quizzes
5. Exploring the Grading Tools
6. Course Management Tools
7. Canvas Apps
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