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Trainings and Consultation
Want training for yourself or your course team or TAs?
Faculty are finding Canvas very easy to learn and navigate. But, if you feel like you’d prefer an introduction, we would be more than happy to meet with you at your convenice. An introduction for faculty or course staff typically takes less than an hour to get you up-to-speed
One-on-One Troubleshooting or Feature Testing
If you feel confident about working in Canvas, but need some help with a particular problem, or if you want to test Canvas functionality before you use it with your course, we can help with that as well. We can use special testing accounts to let you see how certain features look and act.
Assignment and Quiz Q&A
Many faculty new to Canvas want to ensure a smooth role out out to an assignment or quiz. We can help by using a test account to preview an exam, seeing it just as students will. Though we can't edit content, we can alert you to misconfigurations in test, question, and media settings. Simply let us know about a week before you plan to offer the assignment/exam. And, please include exam details.
We've created a handful of short videos (< 5 min each) based on our most frequently asked questions by course teams concerning getting a Canvas course up and running quickly.
- How To Publish Your Course Materials in Canvas
- How To Add People to Your Canvas Course
- How To Communicate With Your Course in Canvas
- Creating a Quiz
- How To Customize Your Canvas Dashboard
- How To Change Notification Preferences In Canvas
- Canvas Analytics Overview
- How To Embedd a YouTube Video in Canvas
- Canvas Scheduler Tool for Student Sign-ups
- Canvas Calendar for Students
Helpful Canvas Links for New Students
Setup your profile so that classmates and faculty can learn more about you, contact you easily, and, collaborate more efficiently. Follow these links below for instructions on:
- Setting up your profile image
- Checking your existing email address, or adding another.
- How do I connect to Google Drive as a web service in Canvas as a student?
Canvas notifies students about a number of different things happening in your courses. Follow these instructions to make sure you get the most important information to you, when you need it. Setting your Notification preferences.
Exporting Course Content
Canvas allows you to download all of your course content, so you can view it offline if you are traveling, studying remotely, or simply don't have a connection to the Internet. Follow these instructions to Export Course Content.
Syncing Canvas' Calendar To Your Laptop/Cell Phone
This calendaring features helps you keep all of the events happening in your courses in sync with your personal calendar on your phone and laptop. Here's how to subscribe to the Canvas Calendar feed for Outlook and Google Calendar.
Canvas Mobile App for Students
You can access Canvas from any browser on your Android/iOS device. However, mobile browsers are not supported, and features may not function as expected compared to viewing Canvas in a fully supported desktop browser. Instead, use the Canvas Student apps for iOS and Android. But, depending on your device, not all Canvas features may be available on the app at this time.
View Canvas Student mobile features by version and device.
Download the apps here:
Desktop and Laptop Browser Recommendations
- Chrome 67 and 68
- Firefox 60 and 61
- Respondus Lockdown Browser
- Safari 10 and 11