Several new tools for Canvas are now available to organize, improve accessibility, and facilitate testing in your courses.
Emory Scholars Get the Spotlight in Take Note Series
Seated in a corner of his small studio, Dana Haugaard goes to work, his blade cautiously scoring concentric circles into…
Canvas Direct Share
Canvas has released a useful new feature called Direct Share. Direct Share will allow instructors to share individual course items to…
Canvas Satisfaction Survey Now Available
Emory Teaching & Learning Technologies wants to hear from our Canvas users. Please consider filling out our Canvas Satisfaction Survey…
Creating Journal Assignments in Canvas
Canvas does not have a dedicated tool for journal assignments, but the Discussion tool can be easily adapted for this…
Annual Canvas Conference, InstructureCon, Now Accepting Proposals
Each year, members of the Teaching & Learning Technologies Team attend the annual InstructureCon conference to learn more about Canvas features and course design as well as share their knowledge with the Canvas user community. We encourage you to attend!
Introducing Studio, A New Video Engagement Tool In Canvas
Arc is a new video tool being piloted during the Fall ’18 and Spring ’19 semesters in Canvas. Arc provides a rich set of features for creating, managing and engaging with video in a Canvas course and is available to both faculty and students.
Preparing Your Students for Podcasting: An Interview with Sheila Tefft
Podcasting is taking off as a medium and its popularity has made its way into the classroom. Making podcasts builds practical skills and gives students another way to express the ideas they learn in class.