At times, you may need to completely erase all content in your course. This can happen if you accidentally copy two sets of content in your course, accidentally connect the wrong publisher integration, or do not wish to use standard content populated in your course by your department.
Process and Requirements
The process for requesting a course reset depends on whether your academic department populated standard content in your course, or not. Either way, you or your dean will need to complete a course reset form (linked at bottom of the guide).
If Your Department had Standard Content populated in your course and you do not want to use it:
If this is the case, you will need to have the Dean of your Academic Department complete a course reset form providing us with confirmation that you are allowed to have the content removed so that you can use other content. There are no exceptions to this, all courses that have standard content populated in them must have a completed course reset form from the dean.
If you would like to reset your course and your department has not populated standard content:
You can complete the course reset form yourself. Your dean does not need to be included in this process.
Link to the Course Reset Form: https://web.spcollege.edu/survey/31443
Once you or your dean completes the form, the MyCourses4Faculty team will rest the course for you.
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- My Courses Get Started Information
- Copy Some Parts of a Course to Another Course (a quiz, module, discussion, etc.)
- Request a Course Reset (Clear all Content)
- Building Online Content and Learning Activities
- Semester Start Checklist
- Request a Course Merge
- Copy Course Content from One Course to Another