Course Information

Find steps to editing, deleting, duplicating, and archiving courses.

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Editing a Course

  1. Navigate to the Courses page by clicking the ‘Home’ icon

  2. Select the 3 dots on the bottom right of the course card

  3. Select ‘View Course Info’ to bring you to the Course Info page

  4. Select ‘Edit Details’ at the top right of the screen

  1. Edit any information you wish within your course

    • General Information:

      • Course name

      • Course code

      • Course Section

      • Department (Subject)

      • Course Description

      • Add a syllabus or resources

    • Course Length

      • Start and End dates

    • Student Permissions

      • Class Average (show or hide class average to students for each activity)

Default Course Settings

  1. Minimum word count for evaluations: Implementing a course-wide minimum word count for evaluations promotes detailed feedback, fostering a richer educational exchange. This approach ensures consistent, deep analysis across all activities, enriching both giving and receiving feedback.

  2. Simplified Late Submission Adjustments: Adopt a unified late submission protocol at the course level to simplify management. This adjustment, applicable to both creation and evaluation stages, eliminates the need for per-activity customizations, saving time and enhancing consistency.your course.

Deleting a Course

  1. Navigate to the Course page by clicking the ‘All Courses’ icon on the left navigation panel

  2. Select the 3 dots on the bottom right of the course card

  3. Select ‘Delete’

NOTE: A warning message will appear to confirm this action. Deleting a course cannot be undone.

Duplicating a Course

  1. Navigate to the Course page by clicking the ‘All Courses’ icon on the left navigation panel

  2. Select the 3 dots on the bottom right of the course card

  3. Select ‘Duplicate’

  4. Fill out the new course name, course code, course section (optional), and choose whether you would like to include/import activities

    1. If you select to include activities, the activities from the existing course will be also duplicated and imported into the new course, with the same activity settings.

NOTE: When you duplicate a course all settings from the original course will be transferred to the new course. Any imported activity will still need to be scheduled.

Archiving a Course

Many professors choose to archive their course(s) when the semester finishes, to keep things looking organized. To do so:

  1. Navigate to the Course page by clicking the ‘All Courses’ icon

  2. Select the 3 dots on the bottom right of the course card

  3. Select ‘Archive’

  4. This course will now appear under a new section called ‘Archived’

NOTE: This action is reversible. To unarchive a course, select the 3 dots and select ‘Unarchive’.

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