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Preview the Canvas Discussion Redesign

March 5, 2024 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman Instructors, Did you know Canvas has some exciting changes coming to the Discussions tool? These changes are planned to take effect on July 20, 2024. Canvas created a short but informative video highlighting the new features that come with the Discussion Redesign.   Questions? We hope you found this video helpful in what

LTI 1.3 Upgrades

January 30, 2024 by | Canvas

What is LTI? LTI stands for Learning Tools Interoperability LTI in Canvas: Reduces the time and development cost to connect Canvas with learning tools. Provides seamless and secure access for students and teachers to the learning tools they regularly utilize. Provides a streamlined way to create user accounts and grant access. Reduces teacher workload by

Google Is Now 1.3 in Canvas Update for Students

January 29, 2024 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman Students, Do you submit files from your Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.) to assignments in Canvas?  Do you use Collaborations in your Canvas courses or groups?  Then this update is for you! Google is now 1.3 in Canvas. Look for the Google Drive (LTI 1.3) option when submitting assignments and creating Collaborations

Google Is Now 1.3 in Canvas Update for Instructors and Staff

January 28, 2024 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman Instructors and Staff, Do you add files from your Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.) to modules in Canvas?  Do you link or embed files from your Google Drive on pages in Canvas?  Do you use Collaborations in Canvas?  Then this update is for you! There is a new 1.3 Google integration in

Atomic Search for Canvas: The Ultimate Time-Saving Tool for Instructors and Students Continuing Pilot

January 22, 2024 by | Canvas

Chapman University has added a search tool to Canvas. Atomic Search simplifies content discovery for both instructors and students by allowing keyword searches. Here’s what you can expect: Effortless Content Discovery: Quickly find course materials without hassle, making your Canvas experience more user-friendly. No Setup Required: Instructors don’t need to make any adjustments. The Atomic

How to Copy Content from One Canvas Course to Another

January 5, 2024 by | Canvas

Interterm and Spring 2024 courses are now available in Canvas! We hope that you will find these resources helpful if you need to copy content from a past Canvas course or a template course into an Interterm or Spring 2024 Canvas course. Canvas course copy best practices: Do not copy “All Content” when copying from

Pearson MyLab and Mastering is now Access Pearson

January 3, 2024 by | Canvas

If you use Pearson MyLab and Mastering or Pearson tools (such as Revel or eText) in your Canvas course this semester, you will notice a different setup. Pearson is updating their product, now called “Access Pearson.” Starting this summer, the old tools will be disabled and no longer work. For Spring 2024, you can access

Discussions and Announcements Redesign Coming to Canvas

December 14, 2023 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman Students, Instructors, and Staff, We are excited to announce that Canvas will introduce some new changes to its Discussions and Announcements. These changes are expected to be rolled out on July 20, 2024, and instructors will no longer be able to use the legacy Discussion and Announcements features. The redesigned Discussions and Announcements

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