Canvas is the Digital Learning Environment of the University of Twente.
In Canvas teachers have an online environment for their course in which they can create and present learning materials, assess student learning and interact with their students. This page contains all the relevant Canvas help information for teachers.
- Upload files to your Canvas coursea Good first step when building your Canvas course is uploading all course materials
- Organize course content using modulesa Best Practice on using Canvas Modules
- Create an easily navigable coursea Best Practice on making your course easily navigable
- Digital assignmentsBy choosing the right options you can create effective digital assignments in Canvas
- Using SpeedGraderUse SpeedGrader to quickly grade and give feedback on the work of your students
- Communication in CanvasYou have several options for communication in Canvas
- Use BigBlueButton for online lecturesHow to plan an online lecture, technical requirements, how to manage recordings, links to guides
- Create MS TEAMS meeting links in CanvasUse the Canvas Rich Content Editor to create an MS TEAMS meeting link
- How to create sections for differentiating content in your coursean Explanation about sections and examples how to create them in your course
- Canvas gradebook export and import functionDescription and examples of a Canvas gradebook export/import scenario
- Upload an Excel file to the Canvas gradebookUse VLookup in Excel to match and upload a (calculated) column to the Canvas gradebook
- Using Simcheck plagiarism detection in Canvas assignmentsAutomatically check submitted assignments for possible plagiarism
- Assign text grades instead of numerical gradesDefine you own grading scheme to use grades such as "on track/mostly on track/not on track"
Links to documentation from the supplier of Canvas