#CanvasTrivia: Pure Canvas (May 18)

Created by panda Administrator on May 12, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017 at (Game Code = 404970)

Starts at 12:00 PM · Ends on May 19, 2017 at 12:00 PM, MST (America/Denver)

The #CanvasTrivia game series is designed to test your Canvas and Community knowledge. Every Thursday at noon (MST), the Community Panda (and friends) launches a set of trivia questions. Players have 24 hours to submit their answers. Winners get points and bragging rights!



University of Michigan


It has been said that UMICH has the best college towns around their 3-campuses. Tim Allen is the voice behind their "Pure Michigan" ads. Yell "Go Blue" and leverage your inner Wolverine this week.


Theme: Pure Canvas

Whether your commitment is to pure Michigan or pure Canvas, let's get to the heart of Canvas. This week re-visit the things in Canvas that makes it Canvas great at its core.


Game Instructions

Please follow the following steps to ensure your score is properly accounted for!

  • RSVP 'yes' for each event. Those who RSVP will be notified immediately when the GAME CODE is available. (Otherwise, you'll have to keep refreshing the event page.)
  • Players have 24 HOURS within which to launch the game. We don't care when you play, but once you start your official timer begins. Each question has 30-second time limit. And every game has about 10-20 questions. In other words, allow yourself at least 5 minutes of un-interrupted game play.
  • Log into Quizizz ( on the web or mobile browser. When you're ready to play, use this link to submit your GAME CODE and answer the questions.
  • Be cool. Don't Cheat. Your first score counts. If you play multiple times under false names, you will be disqualified.

IMPORTANT: When prompted for a nickname, please use CANVAS ACCOUNT EMAIL (i.e. It's the same email that is used to authenticate you into the Canvas Community, too. Basically, if we can't easily identify the winner(s) with your username/school, then you may be disqualified.


Additional Resources (Game Code = 404970)