On June 10, 2016 we made an announcement about NetID/CAS being available for authentication in Canvas. At the moment, you must have a pre-existing account (Teacher or Student) in the Canvas system to be properly authenticated.
Canvas Discussions are a native tool in all Canvas courses. Instructors may create both focused and threaded Discussions. Discussions are often used to promote student interaction and exchange of ideas, in online and hybrid courses. Canvas Discussions can be ungraded, graded, assigned to groups, and even peer reviewed.
Some of your Rutgers courses will be on the Canvas platform, starting Fall 2016. Several weeks before the start of term, students enrolled in courses on Canvas will be added to the system and have immediate access to the Canvas Student Orientation.
YouTube has now been integrated in Rutgers Canvas. When you are using the Rich Content Editor to create such items as pages, announcements, and discussions, you (and your students) will be able to search for and automatically embed YouTube videos as you create your content. Users will no longer have to manually embed YouTube HTML code.
The Rutgers Center for Online & Hybrid Learning and Instructional Technologies is excited to announce that starting in Fall 2016 Rutgers instructors may use Canvas, a modern learning management system, to deliver their online courses. Please view the information below for details concerning the migration of your existing online course to Canvas.
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