Re-issue your Canvas courses for the Summer
Instructors will be able to access Canvas course shells for Summer semester on April 12. Enrollment for Summer courses begins on April 4, and courses are created in Canvas one week after enrollment begins based on data from the Student Information System (SIS).
Follow these guides to re-issue your Canvas course. (Note: We recommend you combine sections before adding content to your course.)
- Combine multiple sections into one Canvas course. Combining the enrollments from two or more sections into one course. This is also used for cross-listed courses.
- Copying content from a previous instance of this course. Reissuing from a previous semester’s Canvas course to the new semester.
- Publish your course! Students cannot access your course until you publish it.
Wrong Canvas Role? Contact your Department Administrator
Instructors of courses need to be in courses correctly in the Student Information System, which is updated by your Department Admin.
If individuals need to be added to a course for non-instructional purposes, contact Teaching and Learning Support
The Office of the Registrar’s dates webpage outlines important dates, and Grading FAQ. Those anticipating the need for technical assistance should plan to contact Learn@UW and Wisconsin School of Business Teaching and Learning Support ahead of time.
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