Canvas Support

How to Request a Template

Templates are useful tools for practice, testing and archiving content in Canvas. For information creating live course shells please see how instructors get their course on Canvas. Content created in a templa...

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Canvas Plagiarism Framework

The Canvas Plagiarism Framework (CPF) is an easy to use method of obtaining Turnitin Similarity Reports for submitted assignments in Canvas. Turnitin features are configured via Canvas assignment settings and ...

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Copy Content from Another Canvas Course

Copy content from another Canvas course when you want to use or repurpose previously created content including course settings, syllabus, assignments, modules, files, pages, discussions, quizzes, and question b...

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Course Roles and Permissions

On this page you will find a brief description for each role in Canvas. Some accounts may have created additional custom roles. For a full list of roles and descriptons, please click the button below. Acc...

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iclicker Integration for Canvas

What is iclicker? iclickers allow instructors to ask questions and gather student responses during a lecture. Clicker systems are also commonly called Classroom Response Systems, or Audience Response Systems....

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Adding Users to Course After the Term has Ended

After a term has ended your Canvas course will automatically be concluded. As a result of this you will not be able to add people to the Canvas course after the quarter has ended. To change this, go into y...

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Integrating McGraw-Hill Connect With Canvas

In order to integrate a McGraw-Hill Connect course with your Canvas course, you will need to enable McGraw-Hill Connect in your Canvas course, pair your Canvas course with your Connect course, and then deploy C...

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Cross-List (Combine) Courses in Canvas

Cross-listing allows you to move section enrollments from individual courses and combine them into one course. This feature is helpful for instructors who teach several sections of the same course and only want...

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LockDown Browser - Instructors

LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment in Canvas. When students use LockDown Browser to access a quiz, they are unable to print, copy, visit other websites, access other ap...

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LockDown Browser - Students

LockDown Browser is a locked browser for taking quizzes in Canvas. It prevents you from printing, copying, going to another URL, or accessing other applications during an assessment. If a Canvas quiz requires t...

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