Grades optional Discussion optional All Tools had an admin view for the instructor to edit the page: My Courses[ edit ] A list of all course in which the student is registered is displayed on My Courses Page. Course Homepage[ edit ] The course homepage is the first page seen when navigating to a course site. Basic course information including meeting times and places, instructors, and the section info for the section in which a student was registered.
Frequently Asked Questions Why Canvas? A Canvas pilot was conducted to determine whether it should be selected as the successor learning management system to CourseWork. Collaboration and content creation for students and faculty: Allow students to create and comment on pages Set up video-based web conferences instantly Submit and grade group projects easily Record videos and audio via webcam Writing assignments: Assign papers and readings easily View Word and PDF submissions directly in the grading interface Create a rubric for added grading speed Let students grade peers using rubrics Efficient workflows: Bulk upload and download through drag and drop, selection or zip See assignments and other items that need your attention on the Dashboard Receive notifications via email, text, or in your calendar Who is using Canvas?
There were over courses published in Canvas in Spring Will I have to manually enroll students or create a new account? Your course roster will be added to your Canvas site and synched with enrollment updates, so enrolled students will be able to see the course after you publish it.
How can I get help with Canvas? Some earlier courses were migrated by request. The deadline for requesting migration from CourseWork has passed. Any additional content migration will be self-serve.
See below for details on accessing the CourseWork Archive site.
The CourseWork Archive site is now available at courseworkarchive. Access to the archive site is by request only. Canvas and Large Course Support Although Canvas is robust for most users, some courses such as large lecture courses, are impacted by Canvas' functional gaps.
See our Large Course Support Update list for more information. Large classes with section-specific content: Instructors who use Canvas may post their course syllabi to their associated course sites within Canvas.
Because Canvas is integrated with Stanford Syllabus, any syllabi posted to Canvas will automatically appear in Stanford Syllabus. It was released to the Stanford community in Fall Stanford was the last of the 5 founding universities to use Sakai.
While the platform continues to provide benefit to many institutions worldwide, it is no longer viable for Stanford to maintain and enhance the platform to meet the growing needs of teaching and learning on campus. CourseWork, a course management system (CMS), was developed at Stanford initiativeblog.comd in , CourseWork was expanded in It has been used by thousands of courses at Stanford.
An open source version was released in Coursework. Members of the designX community offer a range of courses on Design, Design Theory, and Design Research. Course instructors may be current research staff, Lecturers, post-docs, PhD candidates, visiting scholars, or alumni of the lab.
Courses are offered across different quarters. Stanford, California Have questions, concerns or feedback about Canvas or the transition to Canvas? We created initiativeblog.com to support your teaching and learning experience in Canvas with on-demand instructional docs and videos, critical details about timeline and process, and a connection to real, live team members available for workshops and one .
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