Canvas Studio, Instructure’s video learning platform (formerly and also known as Arc), is now available in Emory Canvas courses. We are excited that all faculty and students at Emory have access to Canvas Studio. It makes adding video activities to your Canvas courses easy. Get started by clicking the Studio link in the course navigation menu or the universal navigation (always at left in blue) to access Canvas Studio. Then…
1. Add Video to Canvas Studio
Once you add a video, you can request automatic captioning in Canvas Studio. It’s a fast way to make content more accessible.
2. Make It Interactive
- Add videos to assignment or discussion prompts
- Assign students to create videos using Canvas Studio
- Add quiz questions to videos
- Let students comment on videos (on by default)
After students watch your video, get straightforward analytics from the Insights tab: see how many individuals watched through each ten second portion of the video.
- See the TLT training calendar for upcoming workshops at Emory about Canvas Studio (a.k.a. Arc).
- Watch the video guide: Managing Studio Media.
- Click here for all Canvas Studio guides.
- Consider joining the Canvas Studio User Group in the Canvas Community to connect with users at other institutions.
- Check back here and on the Canvas support website for tutorials and case studies on Canvas Studio.
In this post, I borrow heavily from my colleague’s previous post announcing Arc at Emory.