Major help requests or simple questions welcomed.
Still teaching in Angel? Learn more about access deadlines.
Learn more about online and in-person Canvas training opportunities this fall.
Penn State University has obtained a campus-wide license for the Respondus 4.0 software.
University Libraries are updating systems to integrate with Canvas.
Like eLion, LionPATH allows instructors to email the entire course roster or selected students.
The Video Conferencing Committee is looking for faculty who are willing to use BlueJeans, Zoom, or both in Fall Courses.
Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is looking for resident instruction courses to be redesinged in a blended face-to-face and online format.
Migrate from Angel and start fresh in Canvas
Canvas Learning Center is available 24/7.
Canvas training is going on all summer to help faculty make their move into the new Learning Management System.
Faculty at Penn State have access to a new resource for assistance in Canvas — Virtual Office Hours.
ITS Training Services’ first SummerFest this year is open for registration, and the focus is on Canvas, Penn State’s new Learning Management System. The lineup of free, online training will be held from May 9-13, the week after finals.
The College has arranged four additional training sessions on CANVAS during the months of April and May.
Penn State offers Canvas Days for faculty and faculty-support staff, as the University begins transition to new learning management system.
Studying online doesn't mean you have to settle for fewer resources! The Graduate Writing Center is a great resource available to World Campus students to improve their writing skills.