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
For this installment of “How to Canvas” let’s go over how to configure the grades to use grade weighting.
Continue Reading: Canvas Grade Weighting by Category
For this installment of “How to Canvas” let’s go though the process of uploading a piece of media onto the Palomar Kaltura streaming media system from within your Canvas course. Continue Reading: Canvas Streaming Media Upload
For this installment of “How to Canvas” let’s consider this scenario: You are cleaning up old pages from your Canvas course, deleting down a long list, and then you realize it… you just deleted a page you use! What do you do?
Undelete. Continue Reading: Canvas Undelete
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