Archiving Student Data Is More Affordable Than Ever
DataArchiving allows institutions to archive their course content and student data at a much lower cost than any other option.
What is DataArchiving?
DataArchiving by K16 Solutions allows administrators to archive course content & student data at a fraction of the price and access that data quickly and easily at any time. Institutions can finally retire their legacy LMS.
No more archiving on a pricey legacy LMS platform, or in cold storage where data remains difficult to access.
“The content can easily move from DataArchiving back to Canvas. We don’t have to download a cartridge and clean it up later on. Instead, we simply find the course, click a button, and it goes from DataArchiving right over to Canvas. Our archive is now its own version of an LMS where we can easily move content to and from Canvas and DataArchiving."
- Abram (Abe) Hedtke, Director of Instructional Technology, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
How does DataArchiving work?
DataArchiving works by moving all of your student data from your legacy LMS and storing it on K16 Solutions’ state-of-the-art platform. The course content and student data remain integrated with your new LMS platform and remain easily accessible at any time. Users can push individual, archived course content to the LMS as needed, as well as retrieve student data and submissions.
No upfront costs and a flat monthly rate
- Reinvest cost savings into other critical operations or academic departments
- Realign resources to support learning and teaching rather than platform and server maintenance
Course Content Availability
Easily access historical course content and retain the option for future migrations
- Institutions can access archived course content whenever and wherever they want
- Retain the option of migrating course content in the future
Student Data Retention
Retain student data and content indefinitely; view, review, or export.
Content Captured Includes:
- Enrollment Information
- Student Submissions
- Discussions & Replies
- File Attachments