Copy Your Brightspace Course Without the Blue Ink Smell
In 1923, Wilhelm Ritzerfeld made it possible to copy content using the Rexograph - better known as the Ditto machine. 100 years later, we have Brightspace, and the course copy process couldn’t be easier.
There is one option for copying your course:
- The complete course copy guide from one semester to the next: How-To Brightspace Import, Export, Copy Courses (requires you to log into Brightspace)
Before copying a previous semester into the Spring 2024 course shells, there are a few things to consider:
- Is my course Online Ready? Review Online Teaching at Brockport. This course contains a Course Readiness Checklist, the SUNY Asynchronous Template, as well as other Brightspace support and resources.
- How does my course measure up the the SUNY Online Course Quality Review Rubric (OSCQR)? Details are also located in the Online Teaching at Brockport course.
- Am I doing a course copy, a course modification, or do I need to do a complete redesign, and how do I get help?