When you are ready to move your resources and files from ReggieNet to elsewhere, ReggieNet exports your resources and files as a ZIP file.
Export a ZIP archive of your ReggieNet Resources
Select Resources from the left navigation menu.
While in Resources, click on Actions next to your course name.
Scroll to the bottom of the Actions list and click on Compress to ZIP archive.
Wait a few minutes for the ZIP file to compress, and then refresh your Resources page.
You will then see a ZIP file with your course name as the title.
Click on the ZIP file link–this will download a copy of the ZIP file locally to your computer's download folder or desktop (be sure to verify which).
When you open the ZIP file on your desktop, it will create a folder identical to your Resources folder. You can then move or copy desired files to OneDrive or Canvas Files.
Export your ReggieNet Resources using WebDAV
If the ZIP archive method above does not work, your Resources folder may be too large. When your Resources folder contains a large number of files, the server times out and is not able to compress the files into a ZIP archive. There is an alternative method of exporting Resources using WebDAV:
1. Select Resources from the left navigation menu. 2. While in Resources, click on Transfer Files. Here you will see instructions on navigating WebDAV. 3. Under Step 1, copy the generated URL. 4. Under Step 2, select your operating system (Windows 8/10, Windows 7, Mac, Linux, or Other versions) and follow the set up instructions. 5. After following the set up instructions, you will see a drive on your screen that represents the Resources on your ReggieNet site.
Important note: This drive is NOT automatically saved to your desktop. Continue following the steps below to archive your Resources files in a desktop folder.
6. To transfer the files, navigate to your desktop and create a new folder. We recommend including the course title and semester in the folder name. Ex: ENG 101 051 SP2020 7. Navigate back to the drive. You can now drag and drop files out of this window and into the folder you created.
Use this guide for help uploading your files to OneDrive.