The March 17, 2021 Canvas Deploy addresses issues with the File Folder Structure in Blueprint Courses and Rich Content Editor focus when switching between modes.
The March 3, 2021 Canvas Deploy addresses several accessibility and user interface bugs as well as mathematical formulas in quiz questions, numerical quiz questions with precision answers, and an update to the accessibility checker in the the text editor.
Spring 2021 midterms are due Mar. 19 by 2:15 p.m. Review the key concepts for grading in Canvas, then Submit Grades using ISU AdminTools. Only undergraduate classes are required to submit midterms.
LaTeX becomes more widely available and HTML code can be formatted and colorized for easier manipulation. Effective February 20, 2021.
Canvas courses from Fall 2020 will be concluded in the early morning hours of Tuesday, February 16.
Contains updates to the Student View button, Rich Content Editor, the styling of People and Syllabus pages, and functionality of Instructors’ quiz previews. Effective February 17, 2021.
Recordings for Webex meetings scheduled within Canvas will now appear in the Recordings section of Virtual Meetings. This change includes cloud recordings of any meeting launched from within Canvas or externally through the Webex web portal, the desktop app, or on a mobile device.
Improves the size of the Rich Content Editor and addresses several behind-the-scenes bugs. Effective February 3, 2021.
You can now allow anonymous grading and anonymous annotation of student submissions in Canvas assignments. Both options can be enabled from within the assignments’ Details tab. Selecting the anonymous grading option hides student names from the graders when assignment submissions are accessed via Speedgrader. Opting for anonymous instructor annotations removes the names of the graders from … Continue reading Canvas: Anonymous Grading Now Enabled
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