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Once your course has ended we recommend archiving, saving, and backing up your content. In accordance with the Course Lifecycle Policy, courses are disabled in myLesley after a certain time period. Undergraduate and Masters' level courses are disabled 2 years from the end date of the course. Doctoral level courses are disabled 5 years from the end date of the course. However, we recommend saving your content prior to the disable date as part of your end-of-semester cleanup.
Save Course Content
Download the Syllabus
If your instructor uploaded the syllabus to the course you may click on it to download.
Save the Modules
If your instructor created a printable PDF of your modules, you may download each PDF separately. If your instructor did not create a PDF of the modules you may create one for yourself. Instructions for creating a PDF of your myLesley content may be found here: Create Printable Versions of Your myLesley Content: Weekly Sessions/Modules. Please note that if your instructor included any documents in the modules you will need to download those separately.
Collect and Print Discussions
In order to retain Discussion Board content, complete with your classmates' names, you will need to collect your discussions and save them to PDF. Detailed instructions may be found here: Collect and Print Discussions.
Save Blogs, Journals, and Wikis (convert to PDF)
In order to save content in blogs, journals, and wikis, you will need to convert each blog, journal, or wiki page to PDF. Instructions for creating a PDF of your myLesley content may be found here: Create Printable Versions of Your myLesley Content: Blogs/Journals and Wiki Pages.
Save Graded Assignments
Back Up Your Content to a Cloud-Based Service
Once you have archived and saved copies of your content to your computer, we recommend using a cloud-based storage solution, such as One Drive, Google Drive, or Dropbox, to ensure that you will be able to access your content from any computer at any time. We strongly recommend backing up all of your materials to cloud-based storage.
Lesley University provides access to Microsoft OneDrive for all faculty, staff, and students. To access your free OneDrive account, go to http://lesley.edu/office365 and log in with your Lesley email address and password. For more information on using OneDrive see: