A New Canvas Gradebook is Coming

The New Canvas Gradebook coming January 4, 2020. Preview it now.

Fall Course Creation is Available Now.

Fall 2019 course creation is available in the course creation tool now.

Summer Course Creation is Available Now.

Summer 2019 course creation is available in the course creation tool now.

Is Your Course Published?

Your course must be published to be available to students. Read more about publishing your course.

As of Monday, January 28 – Ally is integrated into Canvas!

To support the UD Accessibility initiative on campus, a tool called Ally has been enabled throughout Canvas. This tool will assist faculty in making their course content accessible. Integrated seamlessly into Canvas, Ally will give you information regarding how...


Canvas Release Notes – May 11, 2019

The most recent Canvas production update occurred Saturday, May 11, 2019.  Here are the full release notes, but updated features include: Upcoming Change - As of August 3, Internet Explorer 11 will no longer be supported as a Canvas browser. Restricting Files - A New...

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Canvas Release Notes – April 20, 2019

The most recent Canvas production update occurred Saturday, April 20, 2019.  Here are the full release notes, but updated features include: Canvas Conferences - BigBlueButton Interface Redesign The BigBlueButton Conferences interface has been redesigned using HTML5...

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New Canvas Gradebook

Canvas has a redesigned Gradebook which is optional for you to enable in your course.  Almost all of the features available in the current Gradebook are available in the New Gradebook, but some have been moved to new locations due to a reorganized menu structure. ...

Canvas@UD now offers the Google Drive LTI

Canvas@UD is pleased to announce the integration of the Google Drive LTI with Assignments, Collaborations, Modules, Course Navigation, and the Rich Content Editor.  This integration allows instructors and students to use, create, share, and collaborate...

Understanding student access when a course ends in Canvas

As the end of the semester approaches, faculty often ask us whether students can access their course site(s) after the term is over. For Sakai users, you may remember your courses were unpublished automatically sometime during the following semester. In...

All About Discussions

Online discussions can be a great way to extend conversations started in a classroom. Or in the case of online courses, a great way to build engagement and interactivity in your course. “A well-designed and well-facilitated discussion board can be a rich...

Accessibility and Canvas: What You Need to Know

The University of Delaware is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have opportunities equal to those of their non-disabled peers to participate in and benefit from the University’s programs and services. This commitment applies to digital...