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New Feature in Canvas: HTML5 Support for Firefox and Chrome
Canvas now supports HTML5 in its Rich Content Editor for Firefox and Chrome.  If you are using one of these browsers, yo (More)
Home Pages in Canvas
When students go to the Canvas site for your course, the first thing they see is the Home Page. Choosing the right Home Page can make your Canvas site more useful for your students by directing them to the materials or information that they most need (More)
Email and Beyond: The Art of Communication in Canvas
  Canvas offers multiple built-in tools that instructors can use when communicating with their students.  Each has its own strengths and particular situations to which it is well-suited. Email/Conversations More)
The Grading Crunch: How Canvas Can Help
Grading assignments is often one of the most time-consuming aspects of teaching. When an instructor has many lengthy assignments to grade in a short span of time, it can be difficult to leave helpful and thorough comments on each. A More)
Preventing Cheating in Canvas, Part 2: Quizzes
  Whether you're distributing course documents or giving online quizzes, it's important to make sure that the materials on your Canvas course site are secure.  Making sensitive materials too easily available increases the risk of academic dis (More)
Preventing Cheating in Canvas, Part 1: Files and Modules
  Whether you're distributing course documents or giving quizzes, it's important to make sure that the materials on your Canvas course site are secure.  Making sensitive materials too easily available increases the risk of academic dishonesty (More)
Canvas' New Gradebook: Features and Tips
Canvas' New Gradebook is now available for instructors to enable on a course-by-course basis.  You can enable the New Gradebook for a course you are teaching by going to Course Navigation -> Settings -> Feature Options and moving the New Gradeb (More)
Course-to-Course Copying in Canvas: A Quick Guide
  When you're setting up a new Canvas course site, you may want to reuse material from one or more courses you've already taught in Canvas.  Fortunately, Canvas makes it easy to copy content from one course site to another, whether you want t (More)
New Feature in Canvas Gradebook: Exporting the Notes Column
The Canvas Gradebook features a Notes column in which you can record comments about particular students' performance.  Data in this column are never used by Canvas when calculating grades.  (If the Notes column is not currently visible, you can turn (More)
New Feature in Canvas: Embedding an Image Directly from Your Computer with the Rich Content Editor
The Embed Image function in Canvas’ Rich Content Editor has long offered several different ways to find images to embed: entering an image URL, browsing within the files attached to your Canvas course, or searching Flickr.  Now, a new feature makes i (More)
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