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This article contains helpful information about poster creation and printing. You'll learn how to: set up and name your poster document, send your print job using a public lab computer, find plotter locations, and get help.
As an instructor, there are times when you may need or want to share access to a Canvas site. someone to be able to see how you structure your course or you want to share the content for other reasons, you have two options. If you want to keep things in Canvas, then you’ll want to request an archive copy of your site. You may prefer to export your course in ePub format if your goal is less about the Canvas experience, request and ARCHIVE Canvas site and copy your content.
This article outlines the transition plan for Middlebury's Canvas LMS to adopt a new version of CidiLabs' DesignPLUS tools interface. The new interface offers enhancements like a streamlined design experience and improved accessibility features. Both the old and new DesignPLUS versions can be used concurrently until December 31, 2024, when the old version will be deactivated.
How to activate the DesignPLUS tool in Canvas
Faculty up for contract renewal, promotion, or tenure review may need to share online curricular materials with the review committee.
Guidance for instructors who need to manage access for one or more student to a Canvas site because they have been issued a grade of Incomplete or need to finish coursework beyond the course end date. As part of the process for granting an Incomplete and allowing a student to submit late course work on Canvas, an instructor or Canvas administrator will extend access to a course Canvas site beyond the academic term date.
FERPA regulations apply when adding individuals to a course where they can see student information. Make sure you only add people to your course who have “an educational need to know.” You can learn more about FERPA here. Questions about FERPA can be directed to the Registrar.
Basic triage steps to determine why an instructor or student cannot see a Canvas site.
A Canvas site is accessible according to the academic term course dates set by the Registrar. The course end date is typically set to the final day of classes plus thirty days for grading. Instructors can change this for active courses where the current students may need access to the site beyond the course end date.
This article explains how to request a Middlebury guest account for individuals who need access to Canvas or WordPress sites but do not have a Middlebury network account.