There are various reasons for re-purposing an existing list: to use in another section, another term, or to start off a new course.
If you're duplicating a list, please wait until the list has been fully reviewed by the library, to avoid duplication of effort. Once it's "Ready for Use", you can proceed. If waiting is an issue, enter a note on the list or contact email@example.com.
To duplicate a list, click the elipsis (...) beside the list name (top of the list) to open the drop-down menu.
A list is automatically created and added to your list of lists.
You can export a list and import it into a new course - either immediately, or later.
Exporting creates a .lgn file, which is a Leganto file. You can save it to your computer and upload it later.
From the list drop-down menu, select "Export".
To import your existing file into a new list:
Now you've created a new list that matches the one you downloaded.
You can associate a list with more than one course, and this might be the easiest option for teaching the same course with multiple sections. However, there are a few things to take into consideration before choosing this option.
In the following instances, it's best to copy the list rather than associating it with both courses: