Thanks everyone! I am aware of the FERPA and the Institutional issues you brought up, and I care very much about being ethical and legal! So I think perhaps I should clarify. I knew about Canvas from the Uni I taught at for 7 years and built courses for. Quite apart from the courses I created for them, I have gone on to build my own personal courses as well. No students involved - none of the institution's resources used. Only my own.
I would like to have a side gig as a kind of English tutor online and have been creating my own personal webpage on WordPress. I want to offer those unique Canvas courses that belong only to me on that webpage.
Last year I did ask Canvas Instructure if that violated any terms, and they said no - it's fine - explaining that I cannot offer the courses as if I were representing Instructure along with a couple other items, but that I can offer those courses, even for profit, if I like. It's not a feature that I can do through Canvas, but I can do that however I like-in person, through my own webpage, etc.
Hence, the question yesterday if anyone knows how to embed a course in a personal webpage...or link to it? I understand perhaps I can simply give students join codes and keep my personal site separate from my Canvas, but since I have already created it in Canvas, wouldn't the easiest way to offer it be linking to it in some way from my webpage?
I want to be of value to International students who could never afford to study overseas - and one of the best ways I can reach them is through the courses online that I created? Does that make more sense?
So, thank you to everyone for their thoughtful replies! And I re-submit my Question - does anyone know if embedding or linking to a Canvas course (free for teachers) to a webpage is possible? Thank you so much!
Peace to everyone! ❤️