On Sept. 15, breakout rooms and other training capabilities will be added to Webex Meetings.
Although Zoom is not integrated with Canvas, it can still be used to host virtual class sessions. See the Canvas documentation on using Zoom in Canvas.
Keep your meetings secure. Read the Zoom blog to learn how to: Lock your Zoom room Control screen sharing Enable the Waiting Room Lock down the chat Remove a participant Specify security options when scheduling a meeting
Using MS Teams means that classes and organizations can chat, meet, call, and collaborate all in one place, no matter where people are located.
In the September 2020 Canvas Release, New Analytics gains the ability to create CSV reports.
On Sept. 8, Webex Meetings will have a more intuitive and convenient user experience: better buttons, better meeting panels, and targeted updates for upcoming changes.
In the August 2020 Canvas Release, these updates became part of the main Canvas environment: Bulk delete pages, Hide the Section Column from students, see all previous Global Announcements.
Users are experiencing extended wait times when contacting Canvas Support. Read which information is key to obtaining help faster and consider reaching out to your local support unit in the meantime.
Webex Classroom Collaborations has been experiencing issues. It has been slowing down the Virtual Meetings and Office Hours panels and is sending multiple emails to students when enabled. Faculty are encouraged to not have enabled Classroom Collaborations while ISU staff work with Webex to resolve these issues.
In the July 2020 Canvas Release, many features released during the spring became part of the main Canvas environment: Direct share assignments, Bulk edit due and availability dates, Limit submission attempts on assignments, Enhancements to file uploads in Modules, Course-specific notification muting, Rubrics moved to the course navigation.