High Standards for Learning Analytics

Sep 28, 2016
By Chris Ward

When I reflect on Instructure’s commitment to openness, I can’t help thinking about Josh's keynote at this year's InstructureCon. He pointed out how, as a company, Instructure embraces openness in everything we do, from our business practices to our security audits. We support open education through our open platform, our open courses, and our OER repository.

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Importance of Encouraging Girls in STEM

Sep 22, 2016
By Angela Trego

I’ve been asked many times why I’m so passionate about women in STEM events. There are a multitude of reasons, but for now I’ll simplify it to a couple:

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Edtech Integrations and Privacy: Users Need Both

Sep 21, 2016
By Melissa Loble

As learning ecosystems continue to expand, a growing number of schools are using industry standards and APIs to integrate their technologies. Users love the access and convenience afforded by these seamless connections, but they’re not so hot on the idea of giving up their privacy.

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Announcing CanvasCon TCNJ and CanvasCon Europe

Sep 20, 2016
By Jackie Burrell

In August we tackled two simultaneous CanvasCons on opposite sides of the world. Both CanvasCon Northwestern and CanvasCon Australia were huge successes. Sure, it was exhausting, and maybe some of us sprouted a few gray hairs, but it was totally worth it, and we’re at it again.

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Say Hello to the Platform and Partnerships Team

Sep 14, 2016
By Katie Bradford

Hello, Our Name Is Platform & Partnerships

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#GoOpen With CK-12 Foundation and Canvas

Sep 7, 2016
By The CK-12 Team

Since the Department of Education launched its #GoOpen campaign, a growing number of schools, districts, and entire states are committing to use open educational resources (OERs). That means more U.S. teachers and students are gaining access to high-quality learning content—and high-quality education—for free.

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High Standards for Learning Analytics

Sep 28, 2016
By Chris Ward

When I reflect on Instructure’s commitment to openness, I can’t help thinking about Josh's keynote at this year's InstructureCon. He pointed out how, as a company, Instructure embraces openness in everything we do, from our business practices to our security audits. We support open education through our open platform, our open courses, and our OER repository.

read more

Importance of Encouraging Girls in STEM

Sep 22, 2016
By Angela Trego

I’ve been asked many times why I’m so passionate about women in STEM events. There are a multitude of reasons, but for now I’ll simplify it to a couple:

read more

Edtech Integrations and Privacy: Users Need Both

Sep 21, 2016
By Melissa Loble

As learning ecosystems continue to expand, a growing number of schools are using industry standards and APIs to integrate their technologies. Users love the access and convenience afforded by these seamless connections, but they’re not so hot on the idea of giving up their privacy.

read more

Announcing CanvasCon TCNJ and CanvasCon Europe

Sep 20, 2016
By Jackie Burrell

In August we tackled two simultaneous CanvasCons on opposite sides of the world. Both CanvasCon Northwestern and CanvasCon Australia were huge successes. Sure, it was exhausting, and maybe some of us sprouted a few gray hairs, but it was totally worth it, and we’re at it again.

read more

Say Hello to the Platform and Partnerships Team

Sep 14, 2016
By Katie Bradford

Hello, Our Name Is Platform & Partnerships

read more

#GoOpen With CK-12 Foundation and Canvas

Sep 7, 2016
By The CK-12 Team

Since the Department of Education launched its #GoOpen campaign, a growing number of schools, districts, and entire states are committing to use open educational resources (OERs). That means more U.S. teachers and students are gaining access to high-quality learning content—and high-quality education—for free.

read more