How to Be Open at Camp Canvas

Jul 20, 2016
By Katie Bradford

It’s the second official day of InstructureCon 2016: Kumbayawesome and all the Canvas Campers are gathered around the proverbial campfire to learn more about our open platform, our open courses on Canvas Network, our open content on Canvas Commons, and our open Community.

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InstructureCon Day 1: It's Kumbayawesome

Jul 19, 2016
By Jenni Stokes

InstructureCon 2016: Kumbayawesome kicked off today in beautiful Keystone, Colorado. At this summer camp for education-minded adults, you’ll gain all the skills you need to survive teaching and learning. And at over 9,000 feet above sea level, it’s sure to be the high point of your summer vacation.

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CATEGORY: Canvas

Cause for Celebration: The New Canvas User Interface is Here

Jul 13, 2016
By Hilary Scharton

The July 4th weekend was all about celebrating our nation’s independence, but this past weekend, Canvas set off some fireworks of its own. The new Canvas user interface (UI) went live for all users on Saturday, July 9. With a restructured dashboard and global navigation menu, the new UI is more than a flashy display; it’s designed to deliver a better, more seamless user experience.

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Innovation and Collaboration on Full Display at ISTE

Jul 13, 2016
By Dave Nelson

Last month I attended the ISTE 2016 Conference & Expo in Denver where I spent three days mingling with innovators and learning about some awesome collaborations that bring unique and exciting solutions to learners and educators.

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Why Plagiarism Checkers Need Student Engagement Features

Jul 6, 2016
By Anastasia Parokha

If you’ve ever wondered why so many educational institutions are moving toward student-centered learning, here’s the simple answer: engagement.

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Harnessing the Power of Open

Jun 29, 2016
By Randy Wilhelm

In the fall of 1999, Knovation started in an old paint factory in Cincinnati with the belief that, at some point in the future, open resources from the web would be widely used for instruction in classrooms.

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How to Be Open at Camp Canvas

Jul 20, 2016
By Katie Bradford

It’s the second official day of InstructureCon 2016: Kumbayawesome and all the Canvas Campers are gathered around the proverbial campfire to learn more about our open platform, our open courses on Canvas Network, our open content on Canvas Commons, and our open Community.

read more

InstructureCon Day 1: It's Kumbayawesome

Jul 19, 2016
By Jenni Stokes

InstructureCon 2016: Kumbayawesome kicked off today in beautiful Keystone, Colorado. At this summer camp for education-minded adults, you’ll gain all the skills you need to survive teaching and learning. And at over 9,000 feet above sea level, it’s sure to be the high point of your summer vacation.

read more

Cause for Celebration: The New Canvas User Interface is Here

Jul 13, 2016
By Hilary Scharton

The July 4th weekend was all about celebrating our nation’s independence, but this past weekend, Canvas set off some fireworks of its own. The new Canvas user interface (UI) went live for all users on Saturday, July 9. With a restructured dashboard and global navigation menu, the new UI is more than a flashy display; it’s designed to deliver a better, more seamless user experience.

read more

Innovation and Collaboration on Full Display at ISTE

Jul 13, 2016
By Dave Nelson

Last month I attended the ISTE 2016 Conference & Expo in Denver where I spent three days mingling with innovators and learning about some awesome collaborations that bring unique and exciting solutions to learners and educators.

read more

Why Plagiarism Checkers Need Student Engagement Features

Jul 6, 2016
By Anastasia Parokha

If you’ve ever wondered why so many educational institutions are moving toward student-centered learning, here’s the simple answer: engagement.

read more

Harnessing the Power of Open

Jun 29, 2016
By Randy Wilhelm

In the fall of 1999, Knovation started in an old paint factory in Cincinnati with the belief that, at some point in the future, open resources from the web would be widely used for instruction in classrooms.

read more