Start the spring semester off on the right foot with these tips, tricks, and tutorials.
Customizing your course menu is the key to a well-organized course in Canvas.
By enabling a course grading scheme at the beginning of the semester, you will save yourself time and headaches at the end of the semester.
There are times throughout the semester when faculty need to adjust student grades in a course. Canvas allows faculty to override the score reflected in the Total column by using the “Final Grade Override” feature.
Once faculty have entered grades in Canvas, they have the option of importing them to Pathway.
What if an assignment could automatically be scored as a zero if not completed by the due date? Here’s your chance to find out how to do so.
Ease into the end of the semester with these Gradebook tips.
Instructors using AutoAccess for Spring courses must enable publisher content in their Canvas course each semester.
The UMKC Instructional Design & Technology team would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest Instructional Designer, Lyn Cook.
As the end of the semester approaches, students and faculty begin thinking more about final course grades. By default, Canvas includes a Total column in the gradebook for each course. This total column automatically calculates students’ grades based on the grading...
Want grades to populate automatically in the grade box? Bypass the Canvas bug with just a few clicks.
Last month, we announced Canvas’ updated “Hide/Post Grades” feature. This month, we take a more in-depth look at the various ways this feature can be used by instructors in Canvas. The primary takeaways from each of the feature options is that instructors who wish to...
UMKC’s Panopto cloud site will be upgraded to the latest release and will be unavailable for a few hours in January.
Share important information with all users within your course by creating an announcement in Canvas.
Gear up for the fall semester by attending free training from the Instructional Design & Technology team.
The UMKC Design & Technology team offers a variety of face-to-face and online resources and experiences designed to help you learn more about online learning.
On Monday, August 12, all Fall 2019 courses in Canvas will automatically be published.
The key to a well-organized course in Canvas is customizing your course menu. A customized course menu helps to organize your course content and control the flow of information for your students.
As you prepare for the upcoming Fall Semester, follow these tips and tutorials to start the semester on the right foot.
NetTutor is a free online tutoring service to students. Attend an upcoming webinar to learn how NetTutor works, how students can access the service, and more.
On August 13, Blackboard Collaborate will be removed from Canvas. Make plans now to archive Blackboard Collaborate recordings.
Lockdown Browser & Respondus Monitor will be offering comprehensive training webinars intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams.
Excel in Canvas by attending one of the free training sessions offered by the Instructional Design/Technology team.
Become familiar with features of Canvas, including your Canvas Dashboard and Canvas Inbox, in this recorded Canvas 101 webinar.
Find resources from our recent Canvas conference and see a list of our additional support resources.