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Stacey appears in on Vanderbilt main quad: "Vanderbilt's new course availability and deletion policy means that your courses will not be available forever. Blackboard will only retain inactive courses for two years. After that, all content will be disabled for instructors, and the, germanely deleted."
Screenshot of Blackboard Course listings with inactive student courses
Lee walks on to join Stacey, saying "In this video, you will learn more about this policy, how to save your course material to your local device, and where to get additional help and resources from your Blackboard Support Team."
Rebecca appears in a classroom. As she lays out the archiving policy, bullet-points appear on the board behind her: "Blackboard's new Archiving and Availability policy stipulates that (1) One semester after a course ends, the course will be made unavailable to students who were enrolled in the course.
Screenshot of Blackboard Course listings with inactive teacher courses
Screenshot of Blackboard with inactive courses under student page.
Rebecca continues, "(2) Two years after a course ends, the course will be made unavailable to instructors associated with the course."
Rebecca as voice-over, "And (3) Once the course has become inactive for instructors, it will remain archived on Blackboard servers for one more semester. After that, it will be deleted entirely." Inactive courses disappear on screen as Rebecca says this line.
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