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Fall Quarter is Ending… What Happens to my Course in Canvas?

It’s that time again. Temperatures drop, courses wind down, and you begin to wonder how you’ll ever conquer that mountain of grading in front...
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Sharing Student Stories: Blogging and Journaling in Canvas

Many instructors are already using student blogging and journaling to increase participation, deepen learning, and encourage a personal connection to course material. While Canvas...
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Peer Review in Canvas: Helping Students Help Each Other

Peer review can be a great way to increase student engagement and deepen learning. Canvas has a wide range of tools to help you...
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Meet the Prof.: Penny Hirsch

Penny Hirsch, the Professor of Instruction and Associate Director of The Writing Program at Northwestern University, is a long-time friend of the Faculty Support...
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The numbers are in…

The Canvas team set as its goal having 25 to 50 percent of all course websites on Canvas for Fall 2014. When we performed...
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Groups in Canvas

Through its group features, Canvas offers a largely untapped resource for students and faculty, especially on the project management front. More specifically, faculty can...
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Enhanced Turnitin integration with Canvas

We are moving to an enhanced integration with Canvas. The new, simpler integration is quite straightforward: When you create a new assignment, choose Online...
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Go Beyond the Basics

Canvas has so much more to offer than simply serving as a repository for your course materials. Here are some ideas about how to...
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Canvas Updates (as of 11/8/2014)

Watch this video to learn more about recent changes made to Canvas. ┬áChanges include: – One can now find and grade what Canvas calls...
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Designing Cool Pages!

Pages in Canvas can be an extremely powerful tool for designing and enriching your course. You are only limited by your creativity. There are...
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