Speaker 1: In this video, we're going to look at rolling over your course from one offering into the next. For example, semester one to semester two but this time we only want to select certain components of that course. We would like to curate the course as not everything is relevant for the next delivery. If you can't see your course card in the dashboard, you can head to courses in your global navigation and select, "All Courses." Once in there, scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll be able to find future enrolments. Next to the name of the course, click the star. This will add it to your dashboard. Now you can either head back to your dashboard or you can click on the name of the course to go into it.
Speaker 1: The first thing that we need to do is open our new course, which is in this case, this Semester Two offering. Once in your course, you will find that you have a blank course to start with. To rollover select, "Settings," in your course navigation, down the very bottom. Once it's loaded, on the right hand side, you'll see, "Import course content," option in the course details menu. Select this.
Speaker 1: The next page you will see is where we will provide details to the previous course. It's important to note that you will need access to both courses in order to complete the rollover. If you don't have access to the previous course, please contact your program manager or course coordinator and request course curator access to the previous offering of the course. If you do have access, in the course type dropdown, select, "Copy a canvas course," in the search for a course, you will either be able to select from the drop down, or use the search bar to find the course you which to copy. When you're ready select, "Specific content," as the content import option. Now if desired, choose from the options under, "Adjust events and due dates." This allows you to remove any due dates in the course such as assignments or adjusts them to match the start date of the new course.
Speaker 1: Once you've completed that, select "Import." The page will refresh and provide you with a button to select the content that you would like to copy over. Click the, "Select content," button and a pop up will appear. This is where you can curate the content that you would like for the next course offering. For example, an assessment has changed, so you only want to import two out of the three. Or you might want to be able to bring over all of the course modules except Week Two. In regards to the template in the homepage for the 14 Elements, it's important to make sure that you have selected, "Course settings," and under Wiki pages to make sure that you've selected the homepage and any additional pages.
Speaker 1: If you're unsure of which pages to keep, I'd recommend selecting all of you Wiki pages as you can then delete them once you've copied them over. At any point in time, there's a page that you don't want to take over. You can unselect it.
Speaker 1: When you finished curating. From that course down the very bottom, you'll see, "Select content," select that and wait for your course to copy over. Depending on the size of your course, this may take a few minutes to copy over. If it is a course that has a lot of large files, you can wait for the progress bar to complete, or you can click on another page and the rollover will continue on its own. Once you see the completed tag, you'll be able to start working in the new course.
Speaker 1: Don't forget to review the course for broken links or errors. Refer to the link validator resource under this video, and make sure to refer to the 14 elements for support in designing your new course. Thanks for watching.