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Guide containing Blackboard Learn Resources for Faculty
Last Updated: Sep 3, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Blackboard Course Maintenance

Archiving Blackboard Courses
At the end of each semester, course instructors should archive a copy of their courses in order to preserve course content and student data. Archiving a course makes a complete copy of the course that can be reuploaded into the system later if needed for grade disputes, coursework recovery, etc.

Archiving a Blackboard Course--including content and student data

Copying Blackboard Courses
In order to transfer course content from one semester to the next, course instructors can export a course package containing course content--such as files, tests, and assignments--and import that course package into a new course shell.

Quick Start Guides

Save paper! Print these two-page documents on the front and back of one sheet..

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