Maybe the census date is imminent, maybe you just want to stay on top of student activity in your Canvas course site. For whatever reason, you’d really like to know when and what individual students are doing within your course. So what are your options?
The short answer? You have quite a few options. Continue Reading: Canvas Student Activity Indicators
Faculty sometimes teach multiple instances of the same class, and want a way to combine all their students into a single course on Canvas. Typically the question asked is “How do I merge my courses together?”
Cross-listing allows faculty to move enrollments from different courses and combine them into one course. This feature is helpful for instructors who teach several sections of the same course and only want to manage course data in one location. Continue Reading: Canvas Course Cross-listing (or “How do I merge my courses?”)
It’s that time of year again, when faculty need to transfer materials into the course shells for a new semester. When copying materials between course sites in Canvas, there are a couple options; which you use will depend on your circumstances.
Continue Reading: Copying Canvas Course Content
For this installment of “How to Canvas” let’s explore how you can use the Modules tool to restrict access to content within your Canvas course. Continue Reading: Canvas Module Requirements and Prerequisites
For this installment of “How to Canvas” let’s assume you want to control when a student can see something within your course… but do NOT want to use the date restriction function built into Modules. Since – at least at the time I write this – Pages can’t have start and end dates, we need to consider what content does. Continue Reading: Canvas Content and Date Restrictions