Creating pages, discussions and quizzes.
- How to add and modify the text of a canvas page, assignment, quiz, or discussion
- [Example] Presentations, Readings, Activities page
- [Example] Group Discussion with Assigned Roles
- [Example] Plagiarism Quiz
Interactions between you, course content, and your students create the learning experience. Visit the WSB Teaching and Learning guide to develop course content for online delivery to find out more.
- [Video] Upload a Pre-Recorded Video to Kaltura MediaSpace
- [Video] Add a Kaltura Video to a Canvas Page
The McBurney Disability Resource Center – Instructor Resources
- Create accessible online course materials
- Create accessible documents
- Using the Canvas Accessibility checker
- How to edit assignments
- [Example] Generic Assignment with 10-Criteria Rubric
- What options do I have for assessment?
- How to manage and edit rubrics
- How to add a rubric to a graded discussion
- [Example] (Two-Part Discussion with 2-Criteria Rubric)
Note: To view the discussion rubric template, go to the student view of the Discussion Board. Unlike standard assignments, the rubric is hidden and the student must go to the “three dots on the top right” to view the rubric.