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Stan Dormer

Hi Richard,

We do this by using three facilities within Rise.

  1. The first facility is at the top level where you see all of your courses; when you see this head for the little row of three dots to the right of the named course and here you will be able to duplicate the course and then rename it.
  2. The second facility is the ability to copy a lesson from one course to another. You'll find this when you are in edit mode within a course at the top level and can see all the course blocks and lessons as a series of headings. When you see this head for the little row of three dots to the right of the named block and here you will be able to duplicate the block or copy it to another named course.
  3. The third facility occurs when you are editing within a block and thus at the course detail level. When you are editing within a block choose the option to add a template from the block library (this is where you see the options for text, interactive and so forth). You'll see the option to add a 'new template', at which point you select what you want by ticking all the bits from the block you are interested in, then giving a name to this selection. At this point you can go to another course, and again choosing the template option within a block and an insertion point, pick your newly named template from the template library, and hey presto, you have pasted the content into the other course.

Using these three techniques has saved us hours of repetitive work.

Hope that helps,

Stan