I would like to hide all the courses for a particular term from instructors and students. Is this possible?
We did not use the suggestions from Anthony or Kona. We just un-enrolled everyone via csv.
Just to be clear, you don't want Instructors or Students to be able to see/access courses from a previous semester? If so, then it's easy to do this for students for the end of the course by checking the "Restrict students from accessing courses after end date" from Admin settings. As for restricting Instructors from their previous courses, I'm not sure how you could do this other than removing the faculty from the courses. I'm going to share this with the Canvas Admins group to see if they have any suggestions.
I want to hide courses from an upcoming semester (2017Fall) that has already been imported from our SIS, not a previous semester.
I'm not sure if it will completely remove them, but you could add dates to the term itself. Adding a start date sometime in the future for teachers and students should prevent it from showing on their dashboard, if I remember my testing from a year or so ago.
How do term dates, course dates, and section dates work in Canvas?
You can hide them from students by going to admin settings and checking the "Restrict students from viewing future courses in enrollments list.". You should be able to keep faculty from accessing the courses using the start date/time for the term, but I'm not sure how you could keep them from viewing that the courses exist (so the course would still show up in their all courses list).
Did any of the responses to your question help?
Hi Sakinah Franklin - It's been about two months since we last heard from you. Did the responses from Anthony Bunag and Kona Jones resolve your issue/concern? For now, I will mark this question as "Assumed Answered"; that will not prevent you or others from responding. If there is a workable solution posted here, please mark that answer as "Correct"--and if you arrived at a different solution, please take a moment to update the thread. Thanks!
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