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Course Lifecycle Policy
Courses in myLesley are disabled after a certain time period. Undergraduate and Masters' level courses are disable 2 years from the end date of the course. Doctoral level courses are disabled 5 years from the end date of the course.
If you wish to archive materials from your courses, please refer to the following tutorials. We recommend that you take these steps as soon as the course completes.
Archive Your Course
If you wish to archive a past or recently ended course, we recommend using the Archive function. This will allow you to save a .zip file to your computer containing all the content of your course. This .zip file can be imported into a future myLesley course or safely saved in your OneDrive on Office 365.
To archive your course, go to the course Control Panel, select Packages and Utilities and select Export/Archive Course.
This will bring you into the Export/Archive Course Area. Click Archive Course at the top of the page.
Once you have finished, click Submit. It may take several minutes for your course to archive. You will receive an email notification once the archive has completed.
To download your archive, go to the Control Panel, select Packages and Utilities and select Export/Archive Course.
This will bring you into the Export/Archive Course Area. Once your archive has processed you will see it listed on the page. Click on your file to download.
Please note that any student data, including names attached to Discussion Board posts, will not be retained when importing the content into a new course. In order to retain student data attached to the Discussion Board you must collect and print your Discussion Forums. For more information see: Search and Collect Discussions
If you need to copy the content of a previous course into your upcoming course on myLesley, see Copying myLesley Courses.