Exporting class data

Class Data

Class data (including students workspaces) can be exported. We would recommend the data is exported before you Delete a Class

  • Select the class, go to the Admin area and then press the Class Data button.

Class Export

  • All the data from the class will be compiled into a zip file in the background and when ready an email will be sent to you with a link for you to download.

  • The link will be active for 7 days and after this time the zip file will be removed

  • You can also access any active files to download (and generate a new export if required) by clicking on the Class Data button

Class Export Links

Individual units data can also be exported separately if required. See export unit data for more details

If your class is LTI enabled you can also download all the unit LTI intergration URL’s in a csv file. See Exporting LTI settings for more information.

User Access Data

Use this to download a CSV of user access to units in the class. Details include

  • Username
  • Users registered email address
  • First name
  • Last name
  • Date/time when user logged in
  • Access type (Log In, Log Out, Project Open, Project Close)
  • Unit name
  • Role in class (ie Teacher/Student)
  • Project path
  • IP address (IP address associated with login session)

  • Select the class, go to the Admin area and then press the Export User Access Data button.

Class Export

Collection and storage of this data started 29th Jan and will be retained for maximum of 6 months.

LTI Settings

For more information see Exporting LTI settings

Working with student workspaces

If in the future you have need to review any students workspace, these can be imported back into your Codio account.
Simply ‘zip’ up the folder and you can then import the project into your account. See creating and importing a project for more information.

Please note, the stack used in the original workspace is not included in the exported workspace so if you need to 'run’ the project you should select the appropriate stack either when importing the project or by switching the stack, either from the gear icon in the main projects listing or by going to Project>Stack>Settings in the project