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CCLE Archive Overview

The CCLE Archive is a searchable repository enabling retrieval of course content and student data from past UCLA courses. To maintain security and student privacy this system is entirely separate from the Bruin Learn LMS. Data from the archive can only be obtained by request. Course content like pages, documents, assignments, quizzes and discussion prompts can be migrated to Bruin Learn. Student submissions and interactions may be extracted as necessary and delivered securely to the authorized person who made the request.

The Bruin Learn Center of Excellence (CoE) Academic Technology team provides support for requests for archived content.

Primary Benefits

  1. Allows instructors to request older versions of their CCLE courses and have them uploaded to Bruin Learn. (Courses older than the 19S term may not be in the new Bruin Learn system). 
  2. Provides department administrators and leadership access to older course content if the instructor of record is no longer available. 
  3. Allows academic departments or the academic senate access to instructor/student interactions, (e.g., grades, assignments, quizzes, feedback, discussions). 
  4. Gives students the opportunity to request their own work from an older course.

Data Retrieval Examples

Course Content

  • Restore course to Bruin Learn from the 2018/19 academic year or before
  • Retrieve course syllabus
  • Compare course site organization/layout

Student Work and Instructor Feedback

  • Grade challenge
  • Review potential academic misconduct
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Exemplar coursework
  • Retrieve submitted work for building portfolio
  • Teaching review/tenure

Time Estimates for Requests

While some requests can be done within two days. We encourage you to expect a week. In some cases with large enrollments or high volume of content, it may require additional time.

    Getting Started

    • To request data from the Scaffold Archiving solution please complete the Archive Request form(link is external)
    • Academic courses from Spring 2019 and beyond have been migrated to Bruin Learn. Instructors can locate migrated courses on their All Courses list in Bruin Learn. 
    • Student requests for syllabi, or instructional content from past courses should be directed to their instructor or department.

    Visit Ally First Steps Guide to help students download alternative accessible formats of their course content.


    LTI Scope

    LTI Scope Definitions

    • Campuswide - LTI tools are available in any Bruin Learn course.
    • Sub-account - LTI tools have limited availability. These are often requested and funded by specific divisions, departments, or courses. These LTIs can be found by filtering via Status =  "Available at a Cost."
    LTI Status

    LTI Status Definitions

    • Requested - Requested tools are in the earliest phases for inclusion in Bruin Learn. This phase includes learning more about the functionality, supplier, costs, support options, existing campus or UC licensing agreements, etc.
    • In Review - The LTI tool is undergoing review by multiple stakeholders, including software advisory workgroups, security, accessibility, funding, data use and privacy, and UCLA Purchasing.
    • On Hold - The LTI tool process is on hiatus for any number of reasons, including: remediation of accessibility, security, data use and privacy concerns; identifying available funding sources; negotiations with the supplier; re-consideration of the original need, etc.
    • Approved - The LTI tool process has been approved and preparation for installation is underway. Prior to availability, post-approval work may include resolving technical integration issues, developing training, etc. 
    • Available - The LTI tool process is installed and available for general use in Bruin Learn.
    • Available at a cost - The LTI tool has been reviewed and approved and is available for purchase by units requiring the functionality the tool provides.
    • Contact ASUCLA Bookstore - Publisher-related LTI tools are obtained through the ASUCLA Bookstore.