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Gregory Beyrer
The home pages are a critical part of any course as they offer students guidance on where to begin when they first log in to a course. For many of our faculty, these pages serve a very specific purpose during the beginning of the semester, but, once students have familiarized themselves with the content of the course, the content on this page is… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
I use a different Front Page for the Home Page of my course each week. This adds an element of dynamism to the course. I realize I could put that page at the top of each week's Module, and make the Course Modules the Home Page; that doesn't exactly achieve the same effect though, and still relies on the student to actually scroll down and click on… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
Once an item is created, it is currently impossible to change the type without recreating the item type. For example, there is no way possible to change an assignment to a discussion post.   It is very time-consuming when creating and improving previous courses. 
Gregory Beyrer
Currently the SCORM modules are launched through external tools under submission tab in the student app.   When the external tool is clicked a new window is opened. Unfortunately the new window only launches in portrait mode. If the external tools can be enabled to work both landscape / portrait , it will be great for various reasons.   For e.g.… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
The "What-If" Feature is a helpful tool to determine your grade could be based on how well you think you are going to do on an assignment. However, this feature is only available on Desktop. During Finals Week especially Students want to determine what their final grade for the course is. In order to do this they will need to calculate what there… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
Right now attendance in Canvas isn't that useful/effective. Below are the ways it could be improved: When viewing a specific student's information allow faculty to see a snapshot of the whole semester, including the specific date that a student was present, absent, late, etc. Knowing the number of days a student has been absent is useful, but for… (Show more)
Dave Stephens
With the way that many schools set up forum discussions and require "check-ins" to the forum throughout the week, it would be great if we could include multiple due dates in the discussion activities. For instance, I have classes that require everyone respond to the prompt by Thursday night and respond to at least 2 peers by the following Sunday.… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
Some of our programs allow students access to past course enrollments because they keep building off of that knowledge. However, the group list becomes very cumbersome and confusing, especially if instructors use a generic "Group 1" label. It would be great if students could add groups to the groups menu similar to how courses can be added to the… (Show more)
Gregory Beyrer
  You to the power of education As the makers of Canvas, Instructure believes education is one of the world's most powerful forces for change.  This spring we're asking students, "How will a college education give you the power to achieve your dreams?"  We hope you'll answer with stories that share your dreams and ambitions.   What’s in it for… (Show more)
Liz du Plessis
Click to view contentWhen I paste video embed code from 3C Media into the HTML Editor of a Canvas page and click Save, all is well -- as long as I don’t switch to the Rich Content Editor.   However, if I go to the Rich Content Editor (upon pasting, or later) scroll bars appear in the video frame:     I can get rid of the scroll bars by adjusting the pixels of the… (Show more)
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