Tips on Importing Course Content
When copying content from one canvas course to another, there are some settings you may have to modify or specific choices that could save you time when prepping your course for the next term. The purpose of this article is to provide you with tips about each step, with the tutorials being linked to other help articles.
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Copying Content from One Canvas Course to Another
In order to save time when you are setting up your course site in a term, you can copy content (the entire course or specific content) from one Canvas course to another.
Modifying Due Dates and Availability Dates
When you import one course into another, during the import process, there is an option to modify the due dates and availability dates all at one time.
Removing Old Calendar Events
If you copy over all content, you may find that some unneeded Calendar events are copied over to your new course site. You can easily clean out these events by going to the Calendar tool, finding the event and deleting it.
Changing Redirect Links
When you copy course content from one course to another, the Redirect Tool will still contain the original course link. You are utilizing the Redirect Tool to point to a term / semester site or page, you may have to modify the redirect link. This is often the case when using the tool to link to an item within the Canvas course specifically as the Redirect Tool will continue pointing back to the old course after copying over.
Moving Media Library
Once you import your course content, you will need to also migrate your Media Library folder into your new course. If you need further assistance with Media Library, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Importing Course Reserves
You have the option to import a course reserves list from one course into another course.
For more help, please contact email@example.com.