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News

August 27, 2019
Ally Dials

 

 

Canvas users will notice that we have implemented Ally, an accessibility scanning and remediation tool, in our Learning Management System. If you select the colored dials next to documents and other media in your Canvas course sites you’ll be provided an accessibility score for that item,... read more

July 22, 2019

We have updated our Zoom external application to the latest Zoom Pro LTI version.  Please check out our External App: Zoom help article for details!

   

Course Spotlight

I think Quizzes and SpeedGrader are absolutely fantastic tools!

- Julia Titus, Senior Lector I in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Read about how Lector Titus has used Canvas to create quizzes and provide her students with regular feedback throughout the semester.