These guidelines have been created to assist you with creating an archive of your Cobra courses for future use. Archives of courses will be maintained and you can contact email@example.com to request an archive from a prior course.
Note: This does NOT apply to student data. Student data will be archived and maintained by PDIT for five years from the current date.
Follow these steps for exporting your course as an archived file:
Depending on the size of your course, this may take a few minutes to an hour. If your course contains a lot of material such as Power Point files and video, it will take longer to process.
Once the course content is packaged, click Finish. Then, click the link to download the file to your computer.
Note: if you accidentally click away from this page, you will need to repeat the above steps to repackage the course materials.
You can store this zipped file on your computer, external hard drive or thumb drive until you need it.
Note: the archived package that you download will contain ONLY your course materials. It will NOT include students on the classlist nor will it include their grades or any submissions. No student information is contained in this archive package.
When you are in need of importing an archived course, follow the steps below.
Note: this only needs to be done if you have not taught this course in a while. Typically, you can copy from another course that is on the current system.
Again, depending on the size of your course, this make take a few minutes to an hour to import. Once it is complete, click on the View Content button to view the imported materials.
Note: some external learning tools, such as publisher links, may not appear in Content. You will need to re-establish those links in the course. Review all content for "broken topic" link that will need to be restored or removed. Additionally, nav bars, release conditions, grade settings, groups, homepages, intelligent agents, links, and widgets are not included in the import. Those items will need to be recreated.