Checking for accessibility issues within Canvas can be done within Canvas either using the Accessibility Checker in the rich content editor or by using UDOIT.
Correcting color contrast issues within Canvas can be done with built-in tools.
Students sometimes confuse the Canvas inbox with your faculty email or their student email. The Inbox icon is in the green menu bar on the left. When there is a message, a number in a circle will appear in the corner of the Inbox icon. The number in the circle indicates the number of unviewed messages. The inbox within Canvas is a separate communications tool from either the student or faculty Moraine Valley email. If Canvas is left with default notification settings then Canvas should route inbox messages to your work email. Think of it this way: It is NOT […]
Canvas announced moving the Microsoft browser Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) to ‘Functional Support”. Which is tech speak meaning it will no longer be supported fully but still should work.
Did you know Canvas has a Canvas Teacher app, available for iOS and Android phones and tablets? Canvas Teacher allows teachers to manage their courses and use Canvas more efficiently from a mobile device. Canvas Teacher allows teachers to facilitate their courses on the go, both inside and outside the classroom. This app provides quick access to grading submissions, communicating with students, and updating course content—three of the most frequent course facilitation tasks for teachers—through Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, and Quizzes. Canvas Teacher replaces the existing Android and iOS SpeedGrader apps. Please see the Canvas Teacher Mobile Guides for additional information.
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