Instructors can use the Import/Export/Copy Components function in TCU Online to:
When you are copying course components, ensure that you have considered the following implications or associated tasks.
Instructors can choose to include awards and their release conditions. This allows instructors to reuse awards across different courses and sections in TCU Online.
Does not include files or content display settings; you must select these as separate components. Be sure to copy all course files used in the course as well as the content topics or only the content topic structure is copied.
Due dates for checklist items are not changed when you copy them.
When you copy Groups to courses, the group setup (grade item, assessment options, etc.) is also copied. However, the new course does not automatically enroll groups and sections. You must enroll users yourself.
If you have modified the names of any tools, you must also copy the tool names.
Only release conditions that reference or are attached to other components are copied at the same time as the component. For example, if a quiz has a release condition that refers to a content topic, the release note is only copied if both the quiz and the content topic are copied at the same time. If you copy release conditions without selecting any other component, there is no action.
If you use Respondus Lockdown Browser, be sure to review the Reactivating Respondus Lockdown Browser after Copying Course Content guide prior to launching your course.
It’s best to wait to set up Zoom meetings until after you copy a course. Otherwise, the zoom meeting from the source course will copy over into the destination course calendar.
Note: If you accidently copy the wrong course or have duplicate content, follow these steps to Delete Course Components.