Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at https://podcasts.canvaslms.com
Starts at 12:00 PM · Ends at 1:00 PM, MDT (America/Denver)
This event indicates availability of the Canvas product team tl;dr podcast.
- [00:19] Events—Matt Goodwin and Ryan Lufkin
- [04:58] Quizzes—Kevin Dougherty
- [16:43] Commons Favorites—Zsofi Goreczky
- [21:21] Portfolium—Peter D’Orsi
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- Quizzes release notes (2020-02-15)
- New Quizzes - Canvas Instructor Guide
- New Quizzes - Canvas Student Guide
- New Quizzes Community User Group
- Feature enhancement ideas for New Quizzes
- Commons Favorites release notes (2020-02-15)
- How do I add and manage Favorites in Commons?
- How do I import Commons Favorites in the Rich Content Editor in Canvas?
- How do I import a favorite assignment from Commons to Canvas as an instructor?
- How do I import a favorite discussion from Commons to Canvas as an instructor?
- How do I import a favorite page from Commons to Canvas as an instructor?
- How do I import a favorite quiz from Commons to Canvas as an instructor?
- Share insights about upcoming Canvas features and other improvements
- Discuss internal thoughts about the product process
- Explain the why of a product's development and benefit to customers
Podcasts are published the Wednesday following the Canvas release. For a release calendar, please see Canvas Release Calendar Overview.
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- Peter D'Orsi
Director of Product - Portfolium at Instructure, Inc.
- Kevin Dougherty
Associate Product Manager, Quizzes at InstructureI like being part of what connects Ed and Tech.
- Zsofi Goreczky
Product Manager at InstructureZsofi loves how her two passions, education and product development, come together in Canvas. At the beginning of her career, she worked as a teacher in Budapest, Hungary. Later she studied digital media and learning in San Francisco before finding a home in product management.