Find out about the feature enhancements recently enabled in Canvas
Ally is a tool that will help you to make digital learning content more accessible for students and is fully integrated into Canvas. Find out more about Ally, why it has been introduced and why there isn’t a baseline accessibility score.
To help you to check that the Canvas course for your module is ready for your students, we have created a handy checklist.
Book your place on a Canvas webinar to get the most out of out exciting new VLE. October dates now available.
Ally, a tool that will help you to make digital learning content more accessible for students, is now fully integrated into Canvas.
The Canvas Implementation Team are pleased to announce that the University has now fully transitioned to Canvas, the University’s exciting new Virtual Learning Environment. Find out more about recent updates and the next steps.
Colleagues can now book onto Canvas webinars taking place in August. Find out more about the range of sessions available and book your place.
New features added to Canvas to further personalise the Canvas experience and save time.
As we near the Blackboard to Canvas transition date and all use of Blackboard ends (31 July 2020), this communication provides you with some collated key information on assessment and feedback.
Book your place on this new Communication and Collaboration webinar. New July dates have also just been released for all webinars and colleagues can book now.
The Newcastle University Canvas Baseline sets out the minimum core requirements expected on all University modules within the centrally supported Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
Colleagues can now book onto Canvas webinars taking place in June. More dates coming soon.
Book onto a one hour webinar which will cover the core functionality and exciting new features of Canvas and provide colleagues with the skills and knowledge to set up their Canvas courses ready for the 2020/21 academic year.
The University is changing from Blackboard to Canvas on 1 August 2020. This move is still going ahead but we are changing the way we support colleagues to make this change, given the current Covid-19 situation.
In line with government and Public Health England guidance, the University is supporting social distancing which means that no Canvas face to face sessions will take place in April and May.