Canvas is a web-based learning management system used by TWU to deliver online and hybrid courses. In order to access Canvas, log in to the TWU Portal. To login, click the Login button and enter your user name and password. A new window will open, asking you to enter the password. Once you’ve entered the correct password, you should be logged in. Once you’ve logged in, you can begin creating your courses.
Canvas is a web-based application that lets instructors and students put course materials on the internet. It also provides a variety of tools that facilitate teaching and learning. Canvas features include a course syllabus and learning materials, discussion boards, calendars, inbox, announcements, grades, and more. You can also use Canvas to set up quizzes, assign learning goals, and create a dashboard of all the activities for a course.
You can access Canvas by following the official link. You will need a username and password to login. After you have logged in, you will see the overview screen. If you run into any problems while using the application, you can go through the troubleshooting options. You will find that a few simple steps can fix the problem.
Getting Started or Welcome Module
The Getting Started or Welcome Module on Canvas serves as an entry point for students into a course. It is created by the eLearning department and contains placeholders for course-specific information. Instructors can customize the module to provide students with important information. The module introduces the syllabus, assignment guidelines, and instructor information. The goal of this module is to encourage students to engage in the course, so that they can complete their assignments.
When building a Welcome Module on Canvas, it is important to consider the needs of your students. You may want to add additional files and pages to the module. It is important to keep the structure as organized as possible so that students will be able to find materials in an appropriate order.
Importing student resources into your course
Importing student resources into your course using TWU Canvas is a quick and easy process. Once you’ve imported your course materials, you can easily adjust the placement of the imported modules. Once imported, the resources will appear in the Modules section of your course. You can also edit the content to make it fit the needs of your course.
The first step in the process is to search for the course materials you’d like to import. After finding the courses, click the Import into Your Course button. The files will then be downloaded to your computer. If you’re a TA or a Designer, you will see an Import into Your Course page.
You can also export course content into HTML format for offline viewing on your computer. This format supports dynamic links and complex HTML. This exporting option is helpful when students want to access a file they’ve downloaded from the course. However, this process can be cumbersome if you have a lot of content.
Using the Garment Rack
If you have ever wondered how to use the Garment Rack on TWU Canvas, look no further! It is available for purchase in the Bookstore and can be a great asset for your classroom. If you have any questions about the Garment Rack on TWU Canvas or any other Canvas product, feel free to contact Amanda, the Learning Management Systems Analyst. She works with instructional designers and students to provide support for Canvas courses.
Canvas is the learning management system used by TWU for online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses. Students can find out more about the system through the Guide to Online Learning. Using TWU Canvas requires agreeing to TWU policies. Canvas is scheduled for maintenance periodically. During these times, Canvas will be unavailable to users for up to two minutes.