Canvas Course Migration
Canvas Course Migration Progress Updates: All fall courses submitted by May 15th have been migrated in Canvas and handed off to faculty.
To submit a request to have your courses migrated to Canvas, please go to this online form.
Our team of Instructional Designers with COHLIT make migrating your online course content a breeze regardless of your current learning management system (Blackboard, Sakai, Pearson Learning Studio/eCollege, or Moodle). With our help, many faculty have already transitioned their courses to Canvas.
Overview of Our Process
Current Canvas Migration Process: Step 1- Migration request via online form. Step 2 - Canvas Migration team uses automated technologies to copy course content to Canvas. Step 3 - COHLIT white gloves the course to remove errors introduced through automated processes. Step 4 - A COHLIT instructional designer reviews the course to ensure a faithful version of the course content. Step 5 - During a migration meeting, the instructional designer and faculty reviews the course to discuss issues and improvements to the course. Step 6 - Course Hand-off to Faculty. Step 7 - Faculty reviews the final course.
Current Canvas Migration Process
|All course migration requests should be submitted online. You will be asked to provide your contact information, NetID, program/department, the term you wish to teach in Canvas, and course ID or course link.|
|The course requests will be sent to the Canvas Migration Team, who uses automated technologies to copy course content to Canvas. Course migration is currently a batch process, and is not done by individual course.|
|After the course contents are migrated in Canvas, the COHLIT team goes into each course to remove errors introduced through the automated processes, known as "white-glove". An issue tracker is generated to track and document the issues that have been fixed, and any remaining items that need to be addressed by the course instructor.|
|A COHLIT instructional designer reviews the course to ensure a faithful version of the course content, and makes the necessary recommendations to best utilize the Canvas features.|
|During a migration meeting, the instructional designer and faculty review the course, discuss issues and improvements to the course.|
|Then the course is handed off to Faculty.|
|Faculty reviews and make necessary changes to finalize the course.|
Course Migration Request Form
To get started on Canvas, simply complete this online form to submit your course migration request. Once we receive your request, we will add your course(s) to our course migration list, which will be sent to Canvas for content migration.
Still have questions?
Please contact Marie Li, Senior Instructional Designer, Email: email@example.com Phone: (848)932.9633