My institution will use Canvas for first time this fall. Many features seem great, but I'm having a hard time understanding the logic of the distinction between Pages and Files. I get that Pages are created within Canvas and Files are uploaded. But, unless I am missing something, course content that I create in Pages cannot be be easily downloaded or printed and course content files that I upload (even an .html file) cannot be revised in Canvas. So- if I write instructions for an assignment in Pages, I can tweak it as needed in response to student questions or confusion; I can efficiently revise it for next semester, etc. BUT students can't easily print and write notes on it or save for reference when they don't have online access. If I write those instructions in Word and post in Canvas, they can do those things, but it will be really inefficient and clunky for me: making any changes or updates requires downloading, revising, saving, and uploading and reposting a new document (and I don't have access to some of the features in the Canvas content creator). Seems crazy. Our IT folks say that copy/paste is only option to get content out of Pages--can that really be true?