• New Gradebook? What's New?

    Over the summer we gave the New Gradebook a good “tire kicking” before releasing it en masse this fall.  Most of the changes are subtle, some changes are powerful but just under the surface. However, ...
    Evan Peterson
    last modified by Evan Peterson
  • Training Services Portal

    Canvas is a clean and intuitive LMS system which can be quickly mastered.  Many can learn Canvas on their own and enjoy doing so through exploring the system.  Most of us are busy professionals and are more ...
    Janie Ruddy
    last modified by Janie Ruddy
  • Back to School

    It's so cool to know that I can do things that I've never done before. After 30+ years from graduating high school, I'm attending college again. Scared, but fun.
    David Seaton
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  • User Group Meeting: November 2019

    Agenda: Review Completed Institutional Profiles Discuss Top 10 Areas of Priority Schedule December/January Meet-up   Roundtable discussion topics Managing a Rolling Intake Model Managing Observations and Mul...
    Ruth Thornton
    last modified by Ruth Thornton
  • Piloting Quizzes.Next (New Quizzes)

    New Quizzes will eventually replace the default Canvas quizzing tool, but in the meantime, there's still a lot of development needed to bring it to feature parity. Here's what led The Wharton School to ...
    moulder@upenn.edu
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  • CanvasCasters Podcast: Have Ears, Will Listen... & Subscribe

    I don't know about you, but I love podcasts. I would never do my own, so I especially laud and respect those that do. Know what else I love? Canvas & the Canvas Community.  Now those two loves have mashe...
    Sky V. King (FIU Online)
    last modified by Sky V. King (FIU Online)
  • Minecraft - I’m going in!

    The Technologies Curriculum is such an exciting area of learning to incorporate into our classes. The Digital Technologies strand, in particular, is filled with fascinating challenges from Foundation to Year 10. ...
    Bobby Pedersen
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  • Using Canvas for teaching Science (K-12)

    Thinking about ways we can use Canvas in teaching Science I came up with a few ideas including: Using Simulations - finding online simulations to duplicate or try out dangerous or expensive experiments that are diffi...
    Isobel Williams
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  • Microsoft Teams and Canvas...

    We have 1-1 Surface Pro devices so students and staff are big users of the stylus and OneNote. Increasingly noticing an either Canvas or OneNote situation happening when ideally it should be both but NOT where st...
    Gideon Williams
    last modified by Gideon Williams
  • Exploremos el Libro de Calificaciones de Canvas

    ATENCIÓN:  El libro de calificaciones actual se reemplazará con el libro de calificaciones nuevo a partir del 18 de enero de 2020. Durante el último año, el libro de calificaciones de C...
    Paola Sanchez
    last modified by Paola Sanchez
  • Hidden Gems: Working with SpeedGrader in New Quizzes, Part 1

    Just before I get into the SpeedGrader, there has been some changes to the New Quizzes feature on November 16. You can still add/edit/remove any rubrics, but you cannot modify the instructions once the Quizzes 2 LTI i...
    Kelvin Dean
    last modified by Kelvin Dean
  • Course Design Rubrics & Checklists

    I'm starting to lose track of all the different rubrics and checklists related to course design that I've come across, and some new ones have come out very recently, so I'd thought I'd list them here.  If you kno...
    Doug Holton
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  • Evidence-based Teaching Strategies in Canvas

    UPDATE: Here are the slides from a webinar on this topic.  I and my colleagues will also be presenting about this at OLC Accelerate 2019.    I've shared a resource in Canvas Commons with some...
    Doug Holton
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  • Disabled Students: Testing Accommodations is No Longer a Hassle in New Quizzes

    One of the big hassles with testing accommodations is having students submit a testing request EVERY TIME for each individual test within any course. This is no longer the case with New Quizzes.   Here is an exa...
    Kelvin Dean
    last modified by Kelvin Dean
  • We're Updating our Data Source

    Hello Canvas Community!    There was a glitch in the matrix. We discovered a problem that affected the accuracy of your data. To ensure that data numbers are what they should be, we are updating the da...
    Katrina Hess
    last modified by Katrina Hess
  • Come check out how to use GIFs in your Canvas Courses at Instructurecon 2019!

      Presentation Title Using GIFs as Instructional/Training Tools in Canvas. #CanvasGIF #CanvasStudentGIF   Abstract / Session Overview Long Beach Convention Center, 203  The GIF game is booming righ...
    Dave Dick
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  • Removing Missing and Late Labels

    In GET THE RED INK OUT OF MY GRADEBOOK. The Sequel., Laura Gibbs  makes a passionate plea to remove the missing and late labels that come along with the new gradebook.  Kona Jones had me take a look at ...
    James Jones
    created by James Jones
  • Managing Canvas Data with Embulk

    Embulk is an open-source bulk data loader that helps data transfer between various databases, storages, file formats, and cloud services. embulk.org github contributors   Simply put, Embulk makes&...
    Robert Carroll
    created by Robert Carroll
  • Mobile Update - Summer 2019!

    Hope summer is going well for you! After the second-rainiest spring on record, the atmosphere over Utah burned away and now we're all walking around in climate-controlled space suits and eating sand.   ...
    Peyton Craighill
    last modified by Peyton Craighill
  • New! Meet Google Assignments LTI (Beta)

    Over the last several months, the Instructure product team has been working with Google to transition the existing Google Apps LTI to the new Google Assignments tool. This transition allows Google to maintain their ow...
    Karl Lloyd
    created by Karl Lloyd