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Canvas Network News: Nailed It

Blog Post created by carrie@instructure.com Employee on Apr 7, 2015

Romper Room Fitness Fun, circa 1974While growing up we are challenged to try new things, do our best, go to school, eat our veggies. Canvas Network is growing up - we're now the third largest single MOOC provider in the market(1).

 

Our top goal in 2014 was to grow and we nailed it thanks to instructors and life-long learners like you. Thanks!! Now, go eat your veggies.

Courses Starting Soon on Canvas Network

We have 45+ courses starting in March & April. Here's a selection of those courses. Visit Canvas Network (canvas.net) to explore all of the courses currently available.

March 2015

  • Securing Our Nation's Future: The Urgent Need for Education Reform (Foundation for Excellence in Education)
  • Digital Citizenship: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World (State University of New York (SUNY))
  • Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in the Writing Classroom (Beacon College)
  • Design and Deliver Blended Learning (Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore)
  • Aircraft Accident Investigation (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)
  • Chemical Engineering: Review of Enabling Sciences through Problem Solving (University of Alabama-Huntsville)
  • Biomimicry: A Sustainable Design Methodology (Minneapolis College of Art and Design)
  • RootsMOOC: Intro to Genealogy and Family History Research (Wake Forest University)
  • How Writers Write Poetry 2015 (University of Iowa)

April 2015

  • Warfare and Weapons in Ancient Egypt (University of Manchester)
  • Making Learning Personal (HAMK University of Applied Sciences)
  • Cloud Computing - A Digital Literacy Exploration (University of Michigan-Dearborn)
  • Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search (Culture Link)
  • Differentiation: A strategy for all students (Knox Grammar School)
  • The Future of Work (Quincy College)

Interested in TEACHING a course on Canvas Network?

Visit canvas.net/pages/offer-a-course to get started.

 

(1) Shah, D. (2014). MOOC Stats and Trends 2014. Class Central. https://www.class-central.com/report/moocs-stats-and-trends-2014/  

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