Find answers to frequently asked questions about combining courses, copying content and accessing course sites.
As of Summer 2011 semester courseID configuration has changed slightly with the introduction of HUB.
For example: 2116_23456
The course menu may be hidden. To restore it, look at the left edge of your course site about a quarter of the way down and click the grey arrow (Show Course Menu).
There are a few reasons why you may not see your course in UB Learns.
Not listed as official instructor of record
If your course is not listed in the UB Learns Class Setup Tool, you may not have been listed as the official instructor of record. Contact your department scheduler to verify. If you are co-teaching, the instructor of record needs to enable the course and then add you as an instructor or TA.
Course is not enabled
If you do not see your course on the Courses page inside UB Learns, the course may need to be enabled using UB Learns Class Setup Tool.
Link is not clickable from MyUB
If the link on MyUB is not clickable, the course may need to be enabled using UB Learns Class Setup Tool.
New course sites are available within three hours after enabling the course.
There are a few reasons why your students may not see your course in UB Learns.
Instructors may combine the enrollments from multiple classes or multiple sections for UB Learns.
Instructors can use Course Copy to make an exact copy of your course.
Yes., it can.
The Teaching Style settings control how the course appears to users and can be used to set the first page users see when they open the course.
UB Learns Course Setup Tool allows for management of previous semester UB Learns course sites that still appear under your Courses tab. You can grant access to a student who needs access to last semester’s course site to finish up an incomplete.
UB Learns Course Setup Tool can be used to remove a course site and delete all its contents from UB Learns at the next system update.
It is possible to make all or part of a course unavailable to students but accessible to instructors and TAs.
Exporting a course creates a package of course content that can later be imported into the same course or a different course.