Export


Sensei LMS has native functionality that enables you to export courses, lessons and questions. This means you can export course data[1] from a staging site, for example, and then import it into your live site.

  1. To export content, go to Sensei LMS > Export:

    Exporter
  2. Select one or more types of content to export, and then click the Continue button:

    Exporter - Export
  3. Wait until the exporter is finished. Do not refresh or otherwise interfere with the browser while the export is in progress.
  4. Once the export process has completed, you will be taken to a confirmation page. You may also see a prompt which you will need[2] to accept before the file will be downloaded:

    Exporter - Done

You can initiate a new download directly from the confirmation page by clicking the file name, or click Export More Content to export additional content.

Terms definitions
1. data. Learn how to export course content in Sensei LMS.
2. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment[4]. A need is identified from an issue[5] and sits within a context[6]. Technological practice[3] can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need.
Terms definitions
1. data. Raw facts or figures without context or meaning. e.g. 1, “Boris”, False
2. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment. A need is identified from an issue and sits within a context. Technological practice can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need.
3. Technological practice. The incremental practices involved in creating a technological outcome: including identifying needs or opportunities, exploring, defining and developing potential outcomes, and modelling, evaluating, and testing to ensure resulting outcomes are fit for purpose.
4. environment. The surroundings of, and influences on, a particular item of interest. Electronic environments can be defined as functional combinations of hardware and embedded software in the real world – that is, circuits, prototypes or products. In Technology, physical environment commonly refers to the location of the specific practice or the place where a final outcome will be located. In […]
5. issue. An issue in Technology refers to a specific subset of a context that will enable students to identify a need or opportunity.