Students and faculty have nearly the same user experience.
Canvas connects with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Docs, email, and even text messages.
The SpeedGrader in Canvas allows instructors to dynamically grade student assignments directly from the system without having to download submissions.
The modules feature in Canvas allows instructors to have more control over how students interact with course information.
Some considerations to keep in mind before you put any information into your Canvas course:
Copyright: If you have questions regarding copyright laws for the digital classroom, you can refer to this great libguide provided by NNU's Riley library.
Accessibility: It's important when creating content in your digital classroom that you take into consideration those individuals who may have hearing impairments, visual impairments, or both. Create your course content in such a way that is compliant with disability regulations and makes appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities.
Requests for archived ANGEL course content (content only, not gradebooks or activity logs) should be submitted via help.nnu.edu. Please be aware that extracting archives may take several days, so it's best to plan ahead.