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Students are automatically enrolled in Canvas sites as it is synchronized with the student registration system. This article explains how instructors can manually add participants to their site if needed.
This is your one-stop source for information to help you use Canvas successfully.
This article explains how to transfer content and settings (e.g., files, modules, discussions, quizzes, assignments, etc.) between Canvas sites.
This is your one-stop source for information to help you use Canvas successfully in your teaching.
Taking tests can be stressful. Taking tests online will be more stressful if you encounter technical issues. While there is no guarantee, adhering to the guidelines below will help you avoid some of the more common technical issues encountered while taking online tests to ensure your work gets submitted successfully.
This article explains how to publish / unpublish a Canvas course. All Canvas course sites are created automatically unpublished. Students will not be able to access a Canvas course if it is not published.
When you multiple Canvas courses, you can customize the courses you want to show on your Dashboard by creating a “favorite” list under your All Courses. Note: When no courses are favorited (the default), the dashboad with display up to 20 courses alphabetically.
Save time grading paper-based assignments. Gradescope supports worksheets, quizzes/exams, and papers. Students upload handwritten assignments ("scanned" with cell phone camera) to be graded. Grade with a rubric that can be created/changed as you work through submissions.