Modules and Pages are two different things. A module is an organising structure that allows you to control the flow of your course content, while a Page is the basic tool you use to present the content in your course. One or more pages can be arranged into a module, along with other tools, to create sequenced content. For more … Read More
Yes, it does. Canvas allows users to use Google Drive to create a collaboration with a Google Document, Spreadsheet, or Presentation. To learn more about this function read our blog on Collaboration and Canvas (Google Drive, YouTube Live and Canvas Events). Students can also select assignment files from Google Drive when uploading assignment submissions.
Yes, you can duplicate an assignment in your course. Once an assignment is duplicated, the word Copy is added to the end of the assignment name. To duplicate an assignment: Click on Assignment Locate the Assignment to duplicate Click on the Settings icon Click Duplicate To find out more on duplicating assignments, visit this page.
All of the Schools now have Canvas templates, developed to support the transition to the new learning management system. As part of the migration process, the Project Rewire Canvas Champions will apply a template to every course they work on. However, you can edit these or choose to apply another if you prefer another format. The templates were designed to help … Read More