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January 22, 2021

Pronouns can be set locally in Canvas through an individuals profile settings. These pronouns are local to Canvas, and need to be set if individuals wish to use this option. When enabled, pronouns will appear next to your name in many areas in Canvas.  To learn more, please see the following guide.

December 8, 2020

Please review the following article in our help guides for important updates to Canvas for Spring 2021, including information on significant changes to Canvas itself, and new External Applications.

   

Course Spotlight

Natalia Cordova Sanchez

Regardless of your subject matter and class size, there might be benefits to you.

- Natalia Córdova Sánchez, Lecturer in Psychology

Find out how lecturer Natalia Cordóva Sánchez cuts down on grading time significantly by using Gradescope.