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Request Access to Old Course

You want to add someone to your OLD course...

Once the End date has passed, teachers can no longer edit courses's - including adding new people. 

If you would like to add a Cal Poly person to your course for your Annual Evaluation, allow someone to browse your course materials, or to allow them to copy your course into their own Canvas can request below:

NOTE: Here are all the other ways you can share your Canvas course (besides this form).

  • Faculty can Direct Share content to Cal Poly Canvas Teachers.
  • You can export (imscc) the course and they can install it in their own Canvas.
  • You can export your Canvas shell as an ePub and share the ePub file with the RPT members or other faculty.  
  • If it is only content, make the course “public” and then share the URL so the person can SEE the course. If you cannot, send an email to requesting your course changed to "public".
  • You can share it in the Commons, if they have access to their own Canvas. 
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What is the Course ID(s) (ex: ENGL-101-01-2208, ENGL-240-01-2208)
Who do you want to share your course with? You can provide more than one email (ex:,
If you only want them to look at your course (Student View: no ability to copy, can't see tests, can't participate, will not see grades)
If you want them be able to copy your intellectual property into their own course (Teacher Access: can copy, can see tests, can see grades, and students participation). Users will not be able to edit or delete anything in your course. If you do not want them to see student participation or grades - you can give them the EXPORT (.IMSCC) file to import into their course.

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