This is part of our Curriculum Solution and is available for teachers with the "Curriculum Creator" or "Curriculum Publisher" permissions. You will not have this option if you are a free user.
When writing curriculum, a course may need to use a considerable amount of content from previous courses. For example, AP Algebra vs Core Algebra, or World Languages courses that contain content from various proficiency levels.
Rather than creating a new map and starting from scratch, you can create a copy of an existing map and edit or remove the unnecessary content, saving yourself time in the process. This support article will show you how to create a copy of an existing map in Curriculum.
Note: Copying individual units from one map to another is not yet available.
When viewing or editing the map you would like to copy, open the Options menu in the top-right corner and click on Copy Map.
Note: You can copy previous versions of the map by clicking the Select Version button in the top-left corner of the page, selecting a previous published version of the map, then clicking the Copy Map button.
You will see the following window:
Here you can edit the name and colour of the new copy of this map, as well as its assigned standards and tags.
When you have made all desired changes for your new map, click Copy.
On the main Curriculum page, you can view the state of the copy in progress. Maps with many units and attachments may take some time to copy. Feel free to navigate away from this page while the copy is in progress.
You will receive a notification when it has completed.