Importing Course Content Moodle ISU
The import function allows course content to be moved from one course to another within the same instance of Moodle. User data (student files), manually added calendar events, and topic headings (summaries) will not be imported using this function.
Note: The import function will not be able to move content from any 2014 - 2015 courses to 2015 - 2016 courses. To transfer your course content between the servers, see Backing up and Restoring Moodle ISU Course Data to Fall 2015 Courses.
This guide will help you to:
Import Content into your Course
Note: You can access your courses from anywhere in Moodle ISU by opening the My courses dropdown menu in the Navigation block.
Note: It is important to allow each page in this process to load completely before moving on to the next step.
Note: If you do not see the course with the content you want listed in the courses that come up, use the search function located below the list of courses.
Note: Jumping will immediately import your content without having you review the material you are importing into your course.
Note: You can select or deselect the whole course by selecting the All or the None option at the top of the page.
Note: Entire weeks/topics can be selected/deselected at once by checking the box next to the week/topic title turning the items grey.
Note: If you would like to select a specific item, the name of the week/topic that it is in must be checked, before you can select the item.
Note: Unless you have specific posts or information in the news forum, do not import it into the new course. Importing the news forum will create duplicate news forums in your course.
Note: When the import is complete, a new screen will appear that says Import complete.
Note: The imported course content should now be visible on your course homepage.
For more information, see Import Course Data.
For additional assistance, contact ITRC - (208)-282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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