email@example.com, how did you get the students into the 1st trimester course? Was it automatic or did you have to do it manually? However you did it for the first course is probably the way you'd want to do it for the 2nd trimester course.
There are ways to automate this or to do it on the back end of Canvas, but depending on the number of students it might not be worth it to dig into the API and other tech stuff.
Katie - You can find our .csv formatting here as well as instructions on how to format and upload those changes. I would specifically use the enrollments.csv file to manage moving a group of students from one section to another.
Hi firstname.lastname@example.org you might find this community doc very helpful as well for a step by step process: scroll down to enrollments as the "students or users" are already in Canvas you'll just need to upload a csv file for enrollments and assign those users to that course.
Let me know if you have more questions I'm happy to help.
Another idea would be utilizing cross listing feature with in Canvas for that section. Crosslist just that section into another course shell with the content vs moving all of the enrollments.
You could do that as well. Helpful to note though if you do crosslist the enrollments from that section to the new course shell, the previous grades will not appear in the 1st trimester course since the enrollments have been moved.
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