With over 3000 courses each semester, we don’t have the capacity to do this for instructors. However, there are two different ways the other instructor can provide you with their content. The first is that they can create a backup of their content, send the backup file to you, which you can then restore into your course. Here is the help guide on how to backup and restore content. The other instructor will follow step 1, and then send you the file. You will then follow step 3.
The other option is they can manually add you to their course. Here is our help guide on how to add users. To allow you to use their content they should set your role as Facilitator without Gradebook Access. You will then follow the import process to bring their content into your course. Here is our help guide on how to import content.
If you are off campus, you’ll need to use CougarApps to backup and restore courses from those three academic years. You must complete the entire backup/restore process from within CougarApps. The instructions on how to do so are available when you click the Previous Courses link at the bottom of Cougar Courses.
Please keep in mind these courses are from old versions of Moodle. Therefore we cannot guarantee they will restore completely.
There are a few options. First, if you want to completely delete everything in your course, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can delete the entire course. When the course is recreated a few hours later, it will be totally blank.
Another option is to delete the incorrect section(s), which will delete all of the items within the section(s). To delete an entire section, underneath the name of section click the X icon. Or you can simply delete items individually. To delete an individual item, underneath the item click the three dots. Then select Delete.
Yes, when you go through the Import process you can choose which specific items to bring over. Please see our help guide on how to import content. Pay special attention to steps 4 & 5.
Select the topic from the Contents area. Click the Edit Section button below the topic title. Edit the Section name and click Save changes.
To add additional text or images at the top of the topic/section:
Select the Image icon and use the Insert/Edit image popup to navigate to your image file and select it. In the Insert/Edit image popup, select the Appearance tab to set the alignment, dimensions, border, etc.
See the our help guide on using the text editor toolbar for more information on adding images, tables, links. etc.
Blocks are now located on the Course Dashboard, available on the right below the Contents area. To add/edit/remove blocks on your Course Dashboard please see our help guide on customizing your blocks.