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  • The Edu App Center allows you to create a whitelist of external apps for your institution. After you have created a whitelist, you can manage your whitelist in Canvas and only display approved external apps to courses in your account and subaccounts.

  • English is Canvas' language default, but you can choose to view the Canvas interface in another language.

    Note: Instructors have the option to change the language preference for their courses. If you enroll in a course where the instructor has made this change (most often for a foreign language course), the course language will override the language in your user settings.

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    Hva er Åpne oppgaver?

    Assignments include Quizzes, graded Discussions, and online submissions (i.e. files, images, text, URLs, etc.). Assignments in Canvas can be used to challenge students' understanding and help assess competency by using a variety of media. The Assignments page shows students all of the Assignments that will be expected of them and how many points each is worth.

    Assignments can be assigned to everyone in the course or differentiated by section or user.

    The Assignments page supports keyboard shortcuts. Press the comma key and a pop-up window with keyboard shortcuts will appear for keyboard navigation.

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    Hva er SpeedGrader?

    As an instructor, SpeedGrader allows you to view and grade student assignment submissions in one place using a simple point scale or complex rubric. Canvas accepts a variety of document formats and even URLs as assignment submissions. Some document assignments can be marked up for feedback directly within the submission. You can also provide feedback to your students with text or media comments.

    View a video about SpeedGrader

  • As an instructor, you can create a discussion for your course.

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    Hva er ePortfolioer?

    Because ePortfolios are tied to the user Profiles and not a specific course, users can build an unlimited number of ePortfolios in which to collect and document their educational projects, submissions, experiences, and other work products. Users can keep ePortfolios private or share with other students, instructors, and/or future employers.

    In Canvas, ePortfolios remain active as long as the user is in the institution’s SIS and maintains a school login. Canvas also allows users to export ePortfolios to a zip file. ePortfolios can be set to allow private or public access.

  • If you have added a rubric to an assignment, you can view the rubric in SpeedGrader.

    If you want to use the rubric to calculate a grade, be sure you have selected the Use this rubric for assignment grading checkbox when adding a rubric to an assignment. Make sure this checkbox is selected before you begin grading submissions.

    If you do not select the rubric specifically for grading, you can still use the rubric to evaluate an assignment but the score will not update automatically.

    Note: If you do not want to use predetermined rubric criterion, you can grade with free-form comments instead.

  • You can create a new ePortfolio in your user settings.

    Note: If you cannot view the ePortfolio link in your User Account, your institution has disabled this feature.

  • In Conversations, you can send a message to one user or multiple users in a course.

    Note: Currently you cannot message users in multiple courses.