You can add DU CourseMedia videos on any Canvas page the uses the text editor tool.
Canvas is the Learning Management System (LMS) that the University has adopted. Canvas is the only LMS at the University of Denver.
Canvas Login page: https://canvas.du.edu
Feature Films and Documentaries If you are looking for films for your course, please checkout these popular library subscription services for streaming films. Kanopy: On-demand streaming service with more than 30,000 classic films, documentaries, and instructional videos. Marketed as “Netflix for colleges.” Many titles are accompanied by searchable, self-scrolling transcripts. Supports playlist and clip creation. […]
Instructor Frequently Asked Questions about the VeriCite transition Instructor Help: How do I add a VeriCite assignment? How do I view VeriCite reports for student submissions? How do I navigate a VeriCite report? How do I print a VeriCite report? How do I download a student’s original file submission from VeriCite? What is the score […]
Cross-listing allows you to move section enrollments from individual courses and combine them into one course. This feature is helpful for instructors who teach several sections of the same course and only want to manage course data in one location, or those that have undergraduate/graduate Canvas courses and don’t wish to double-manage the material. Section […]
As of August 17th 2017, OneDrive for Business at DU no longer allows anonymous URL’s to access content, and all previous files that were shared with anonymous links will fail to display within Canvas. Moving forward, DU instructor and students must share files with the DU community, specific DU individuals, or someone outside the University […]
DU has purchased third-party software called the Multi Tool to assist professors when Canvas requires too many mouse clicks to get things done efficiently. The Multi Tool can: Update all assignment due dates, unlock dates, and locks dates – all from the same screen. Create a Home page, publish it, and mark it as the […]
Instructors can create scheduled or recurring Zoom meetings for their class and post the link within Canvas. Students will simply click the link to join the session, download the software and start participating. Getting Started Download the Zoom client to your computer and install it. Once installed, all Zoom events can be initiated by launching the Zoom […]
Students can access current and completed courses in Canvas while they are enrolled at the University of Denver, but it may be useful to have a downloaded copy of any instructor’s feedback from individual assignments. This video explains how you can view your feedback and save instructor- annotated copies of your paper, as well as download […]
Instructors or students who are using the Zoom videoconferencing service can save their recorded meetings to their Mac or PC. Those videos are saved in .mp4 format and can be inserted into Canvas for the class to view. This 2 minute video demonstrates how to load the videos into a Canvas page or follow the […]
Canvas receives new courses, course name changes, student enrollments and faculty listings from Banner daily at 7am, 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm, and 11pm.
SpeedGrader User Interface and Comment Drafts In SpeedGrader, the primary navigation buttons have been moved to the right side of the menu bar to be more closely associated with the most frequently used features in SpeedGrader. Navigating from student to student is now located directly above the sidebar. The less frequently used navigation buttons have […]
Instructors can use the Canvas Inbox tool to message students, but the course MUST be published in order for students to receive a Canvas Inbox message or an emailed Notification. These Canvas Inbox messages and email Notifications will NOT RESEND once the course is published. If an instructor or TA sends a message before the course is […]
Answer: The Library staff handles the course reserve requests and will publish a link into your Canvas course. This allows the students to view the course reserve material within Canvas and not have to visit a second website. Requests for reserve items may be submitted in several ways: -Syllabi and citations in list form are accepted via […]
If the full Student Response System experience is not needed with the TurningPoint or TopHat apps, it is possible to use Canvas for some in-class survey or quiz activity. The Canvas app for iPhone and Android is free, and will allow students to take a quiz, graded or ungraded, or an anonymous ‘Survey’ under the […]
Issue: Students who change sections of a course after grades have been submitted in Canvas will need their grades migrated to their new section. For example, a student is enrolled in INTS-4001-1 and changes to INTS-4001-2. Students who change sections of a course via the Registrar will be removed from their previous section in Canvas […]
ProctorU –is an online proctoring service that allows students to take a “proctored” exam from home. It requires a web camera for the proctor to interact with the students. We recommend only using this service for high-stakes exams because there is a fee for the service. Individual units or departments are responsible for covering the cost […]
In the Course, go to the Settings page and then Feature Options menu. Click the first radio button for ePub export from left to right to see the ON/green checkbox symbol. Repeat this step for all courses where you’d like to download as ePub. In the main Canvas navigation (brown menu bar on the left) click […]