This article is designed to help you add content to your course from another course or from a course to which you are subscribed.
ACCESSING THE DIGITAL LIBRARY THROUGH YOUR COURSE
To begin, access the editor by clicking the editor icon on the bottom right of the course card.
Next, select the name of location to which you wish to add new content. You can add content to an existing folder or to your course. Once you have determined where you wish to add new content, click the + (Add activity) option.
A pop-up menu appears. Click Library.
FINDING CONTENT WITHIN A COLLECTION
Click OPEN under the briefcase that is titled with your school’s name
Here, you will see any other courses you are teaching or courses to which you are subscribed. Click OPEN under the course name from which you wish to pull content.
NOTE: If you wish to duplicate content within the course you are currently in, do not follow the steps in this document, as the course Editor you are adding content to is not found in the Digital Library. Instead, click the three dots to the right of the folder or activity. Then, select Duplicate from the drop-down menu.
When you click on the course, you can access the folders within the course. Select all content within a folder by clicking the Add to cart box, or click on the folder to select individual learning objects.
TIP: Selecting the full folder will also push the content into the course contained within that same labeled folder.
OPEN continues to let you open folder details. Once you open the folder and locate your item, click PREVIEW to preview an object. Check the Add to cart box to select the item to pull it into your course, or to unselect if you initially selected Add to cart at the folder level.
After you click Select, click the LINK button. This adds the object to your course.
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