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.
Go to the page that contains the table you wish to adjust. Click Edit Click once on the table border to select it (click for a larger view) Click the table icon in the menu bar (click for a larger view) Select Table Properties In the Width field remove any numbers and replace with 100% (including the percentage sign) In … Read More
The 14 Elements around the Canvas implementation requires that courses contain an introductory video for students (element #4). This can be a simple thing to create for yourself. Here we show you the basics of creating your own video introduction. The following video series are quick tips to guide you in creating a video using your smartphone. More DIY videos
This blog assumes that you already know what modules are, and how you can set them up in Canvas. If you are not sure, we recommend you to read our blog on How to: Create and Manage Modules in Canvas first and then return to these instructions. When working with Modules, Canvas allows instructors to release course content based on prerequisites and … Read More
Embedding content into Canvas is fast and easy, and enables you to spend more time outside Canvas connecting with others online and networking your teaching practices. You can collaborate with people outside of Canvas and RMIT, when accessing and learning how to use Canvas can be more trouble than its worth. Any updates your team makes to the content you’ve … Read More
This screen video explains how to embed video into Canvas, using Youtube, Arc and Google Drive. Its a good idea to embed video in Canvas, rather than upload the videos directly into Canvas. You’ll have a lot more flexibility, as well as access to additional features functionality. Flexibility and features such arranging videos in a Youtube playlist, sharing videos with … Read More
In the files area use one of the following methods: Multiple files – Ctrl click to select multiple files, then click delete Multiple sequential files – Shift click top file then bottom file, then click delete All in a folder – Click one file then Ctrl+A (Cmd+A on Mac) Bulk deleting options within Files?
Pages are containers of content that are part of a course. Pages can include text, video, images, and links to files and other course or group content. All pages in Canvas are Wiki pages by default which means they can function as a collaborative document and will retain a record of the editing history. As a teacher, you can set the permissions as … Read More
Modules is the function in Canvas that allows teachers to structure the content for their course. Modules can be used to organise the content of a course by weeks, topics, lessons, project or any other structure. Modules can contain different types of items including: assignments, quizzes, files, content pages, discussions, text headers, external URLs and external tools. When working with modules, … Read More
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