1. Google Drive
A great deal of my materials (including end-of-module surveys) were created using Google Drive. This meant I could do one of two things - simply share the document OR make a copy after sharing the document. For many of the surveys, I created new, clean versions and just updated the link within the online Canvas course. While this took some time, I didn't have to completely re-create a single document.
Through Canvas, I was able to add the generic account as a teacher to all of my existing courses. From there, I was able to copy all existing course content to create a "master course" of all of our PD materials that is linked to the generic account. The copying process REALLY easy - just go into settings and copy the course. You can even pick and choose what content to copy. I then edited the master course materials and changed all links with my email. I also replaced any tools that were uniquely tied to my account with new versions created with the generic account (luckily this was also relatively easy).
I ended up adding my generic account as a collaborator to all of the important Padlets I had created for the online course. Padlets are ways that I curate resources easily, especially by using the Chrome Extension. By setting the permissions to the highest setting, the Padlets loaded perfectly in the Chrome extension that I had installed for the generic account. Which brings me to my last tool.