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What is Canvas used for, who should use it, and why should you use it?
This guide describes the process for moving Canvas course contents from an existing course to a new one. The second section of the guide explains how to move your Panopto videos after the initial Canvas Course copy. If you need more information about how Course Copy in Canvas works, different options available for copying/moving materials, and key terms and definitions, refer to our Explainer: Copying in Canvas at the end of the article.
How to get started using Ed Discussion quickly. This article covers navigating the platform, starting new threads, categorizing discussions, and using the settings to your advantage.
One of the most exciting features of Panopto is its convenient Canvas integration. This makes it easy to share media with your students, embed content using the rich content editor (RCE), copy material from past course iterations, and conduct student assignments.
This guide describes Panopto's process for moving course-related videos between two courses with separate Canvas sites.
After a course term concludes, Canvas greys out the "+People" option in the "People" area of your site. This guide explains a workaround for adding individuals to Canvas course sites outside of those previous term dates.
Instructors can create a Slack workspace for each course through Canvas, after which students can join.
How to use Post Policies in Canvas to release grades when you want them to be released.
Provides use-case information for the Gradescope integration, as well as information and how-to guides for enabling and using it.
Canvas allows instructors to set up extra time, extra attempts, and alternative assignment dates. These are often used as a part of SAS or individual accommodations. This guide describes how to configure each depending on the case.
This guide describes the steps for recording a Class session for Canvas using Zoom.
This article describes the specific steps students should take to submit video assignments with Panopto in Canvas at Dartmouth.
If you do not have a printer/scanner available to you, you will need to use an app or other method to turn captured images into a single PDF file. Submitting straight images in Canvas is cumbersome, not only for you, but for whoever will be grading and giving feedback on your work.
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you’ve planned may be impacted. This guide helps you find alternatives for these situations. Please contact for help and more information!