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 […]
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
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 […]
Some instructors have reported losing their work when editing Pages, Assignment instructions, Quizzes or other areas within Canvas while using Safari or Google Chrome and using an Apple Mouse or the trackpad. It is possible to ‘swipe’ using one, two or three fingers within the Mac operating system, and this gesture can cause the browser to ‘erase’ […]
Canvas has a new tool: the NBCLearn Video Library. This tool allows you to embed videos directly to your course via the Text Editor Toolbar: in an Assignment Quiz, Page, the course Syllabus, and other areas. These videos include a transcript and English captioning, plus citations in MLA, APA or Chicago Style formats. When you […]
There are two methods to interact with Canvas on mobile devices: a browser and a mobile application (app). Native Canvas applications for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android are available for free download in the Apple and Google app store for each platform. For instructors, download the Canvas Teacher App so that you can grade student […]
Problem: you receive an email bounceback message similar to this one “The message titled “Re: Benjamin Johnson (University of Denver) just sent you a message in Canvas.” could not be delivered. The message was sent from an address that is not linked with your Canvas account.” Explanation: Canvas users can elect to receive their Canvas Conversations via […]
Would you like to know if your students are watching your course videos? The Canvas quiz tool allows you to add a video from any source that provides the video embed code. Quiz responses can then be automatically recorded in the Canvas Grade Book. Here is an example video with a quiz question listed below. […]
VeriCite is a third-party plagiarism detection software that is embedded in Canvas: it compares student submission text to a vast database of material including published material, material on the web, and submissions by students at our institution and others. Using VeriCite VeriCite integrates with Canvas. To enable it, all you have to do is check a box and (optionally) […]
You may log in to Canvas at https://canvas.du.edu with your DU ID and PioneerWeb/MyWeb passcode. You may also access Canvas from within PioneerWeb on the “Courses” tab and it will log you in automatically. If you have trouble logging in, please contact the UTS Help Desk at 303-871-4700.
To see the student’s perspective on Canvas, you can use Student View to: View the course navigate menus to confirm which are hidden or visible Post and reply to Discussions View the configuration of Assignments (except those using an External Tool) and submit an assignment View Grades View People View Pages View the Syllabus View Quizzes […]