Getting back to school during a pandemic has already been quite a ride—full of ups, downs, and unexpected twists and…
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Canvas Release Highlights for August 15, 2020
After the August 15, 2020 release, teachers can delete multiple pages at once. Canvas releases updates the third Saturday of each month.
Transition to Canvas’s New RCE
Instructure is transitioning to the New RCE, Canvas’s new editing interface. The New RCE is now our default editor in official courses and sandbox courses. Read more for background, guides, and key changes.
New Tools in Canvas to Enhance Remote Learning
Several new tools for Canvas are now available to organize, improve accessibility, and facilitate testing in your courses.
We’re Here to Help
The Teaching & Learning Technologies team is here for you when you need help preparing for remote or in-person teaching.
Canvas Release Highlights for July 18, 2020
Teachers can limit assignment submissions, drag & drop multiple files into empty modules, and use Respondus LockDown Browser with New Quizzes. Canvas releases arrive the third Saturday of each month.
Canvas Release Highlights for June 20, 2020
Students and teachers can customize most notification preferences in each course. Teachers can edit multiple assignment dates. Canvas releases arrive the third Saturday of each month.
Student Presentations in Remote Learning Environments
Remote teaching introduces new logistics to consider for student presentations. Options for synchronous and asynchronous presentations bring opportunities to explore different formats.
Canvas Release May 16, 2020 + New RCE is Here
The New Rich Content Editor (New RCE) feature is active in Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 courses and replaces the classic editor on July 18. Teachers can now publish courses from the dashboard.
Canvas Release Highlights for April 18, 2020
Students and teachers can mute notifications course by course. Teachers see new links to SpeedGrader and Rubrics. New Quizzes allows partial credit on multiple answer questions.
Low-Tech Remote Teaching Solutions
Be prepared for any situation. These low-tech options and creative uses of familiar tools for remote teaching will engage students and create an online teaching, social, and cognitive presence.
Canvas Release Highlights for March 21, 2020
Teachers see new originality score icons and have the option to hide the syllabus course summary. The new rich content editor autosaves content for one hour. Canvas releases arrive the third Saturday of each month.