Canvas Files, Modules, Pages and Navigation
Creating Canvas course materials that are accessible for all users is important for student success. "Accessible" means that instructional material is designed in a way that allows all students to access and engage with the content. For example, ensuring that videos include closed captions; using…
If you're new to Canvas, or want a quick overview of some Canvas basics, the short videos in this Canvas Basics Video Tutorial playlist will get you started.
If you would like to copy an Assignment, Page, Quiz, Discussion or Module to one of your courses you can use the new Canvas Direct Share features, Send To and /or Copy To by selecting the three dots to the right and selecting.
As you prepare to start or end your term in Canvas, please note there have been changes to the Participation options in Settings.
Media files can easily consume the storage limit for a course site in Canvas. Here are UO Online's recommendations for managing media files in your course and ultimately your storage limit in Canvas. If you have uploaded large media files to the Files tool in Canvas, read these recommendations to…
The Files tool in Canvas provides online storage and file sharing in three places: Personal Files and Course Files.
Uploading files to your Canvas Course allows you to efficiently add files to Pages, Assignments, and Discussions.
Streamline your course Navigation to help keep students focused.
This guide will show you how to use the Chat Tool in your Canvas course.
A new Canvas integration allows students and instructors to more easily access UO Student Experience Surveys. The integration provides a link titled “UO Course Surveys” from the Canvas course navigation menu and allows easier access to CollegeNET, the system that deploys Student Experience Surveys…