Integrated eTexts are a snap in Canvas. Our Faculty Resources area now has illustrated directions on how to pair your Canvas course with Pearson MyLab, Cengage MindTap or Aplia, WileyPLUS, and McGraw-Hill Connect eTextbooks and publisher packages. You can synchronize grades, add publisher assignments to your Canvas course, and link to the textbook.
In an effort to continually improve Canvas, Instructure, the parent company, releases upgrades every three weeks along with Production Release Notes. Pertinent features and upgrades are listed below. You may view the full Canvas Production Release Notes for March 11, 2017 and its accompaning screencast.
Rutgers Center for Online & Hybrid Learning and Instructional Technologies (COHLIT) has been notified by our external vendor, Instructure, that access to Rutgers Canvas (https://onlinelearning.rutgers.edu/canvas)has been restored. We apologize for the down time you may have experienced today.
Canvas has been recently updated to include Student Context Cards and improved integration with Turnitin.
Student Context Cards
Rutgers COHLIT is pleased to publish two checklists to help instructors migrate their courses from another learning management systems at Rutgers and to prepare their course in preparation for teaching (course launch):
Respondus is a Windows-based program that can be used to create and manage exams and quizzes for print or publication in a learning management system. As you consider migrating your course from one LMS to another, Respondus is a powerful tool to ensure that your exams are easily migrated to your new LMS.
Text-to-speech technology by ReadSpeaker has been made available to your students in all Rutgers Canvas courses. It does not require your students to download anything on their computers, and can be accessed on any internet-connected device.
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