We've recently had some trouble with links not carrying over from the master course to the live course.
We check all the links before copying and assume all is well; however, recently one speed grader rubric did not carry over.
In a different course, the link to a file was broken in the course copying process.
I know how to validate links but wonder if this is a problem that others have experienced: links to files or websites or rubrics, or etc. breaking when making a course copy.
Is it just a matter of re-checking the links in the live cours?
firstname.lastname@example.org, we see this here and there (not every course and not every time), but I've never been able to pin-point a specific reason for why some things break and others don't. In general I just recommend that faculty always check the new/live course before publishing it to students.
In one case it was a link to a file in the course (which did copy over but
the link broke) and in the other case, it was speedgrader rubrics in one
module (out of 😎 that were in the master but did not carry over to the
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I have seen link errors, but it has always traced back to a link that is manually added to a page for an asset or assignment that has been deleted.
I have not run into your specific scenario yet, where a link to a valid asset is lost, but I'll ask our course devs to keep an eye out.
For us it has been internal linking. As to whether the content has been deleted/changed, I can't always tell. Our Instructors create and edit their own courses so it's often difficult to back-track to exactly what happened.
We are giving the Canvas Admins area a little bit of love (especially questions that are really, really old) and just want to check in with you. This will also bring this question new attention.
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