User permissions are roles that are assigned to individuals when they are added in to a Canvas course. These permissions allow and restrict different abilities in Canvas depending on what the function of that user is. For example, students can view course content,: Read More: Canvas Scoop: User Permissions
Our technical team have created a solution that will automatically update Canvas when students make changes to their timetable. Previously, when students used Allocate+ to enrol themselves into a class, for example, we had a team manually replicate these changes in: Read More: Canvas Scoop: Allocate+
Cross-listing is the ability to redirect one or more cohorts of students into one canvas shell, where they will all interact with the same Canvas content. Specifically, cross-listing allows staff who are teaching the same course content across different course codes,: Read More: What are cross-listed courses?
In keeping up with appropriate accessibility guidelines, changes have been made to Canvas to improve the colour of various text. This makes it easier for partially blind people as well as those who have colour blindness to read text. These colour changes mainly affect: Read More: Canvas Scoop: Great news for Canvas accessibility