Learn how the Canvas calendar is an intuitive tool that can help you and your students stay informed.
- The calendar in Canvas is an extremely powerful tool…that allows you and your students…to stay organized and informed.…Hopefully you're using the calendar,…but in this video, I want to point out a couple features…to make sure you're taking advantage of them.…In order to access the calendar,…I need to go to the global navigation bar,…and that's because the calendar will incorporate…all of my courses.…Here, I'm going to click on the calendar icon,…and as you can see on the right hand side,…there are several different calendars…that are appearing all right here,…and that is my personal calendar,…which is there by default,…as well as one for each of the courses that I've set up.…
They are color-coded, so as you can see here,…my personal calendar is this shade of blue,…and those corresponding with the…blue items inside of the calendar.…If you want to view just one of these,…you can do that.…In other words, I can go over here to this square…and click to turn that calendar off.…So if I wanted to see just my biology 101 course,…
- Communicating with video and messages
- Using notifications
- Setting up peer reviews
- Analyzing assignments
- Organizing content
- Using mastery paths
- Ensuring content is accessible
- Adjusting headings, links, and tags
- Integrating with third-party applications
- Importing and exporting courses
- Using HTML in Canvas
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