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This document describes how non-USNH users, USNH students and USNH instructors login to the Extend USNH Canvas course site. Non-USNH users will use the email provided to the person managing the course, while USNH users will use their USNH credentials.
This article describes how to add a student to a Canvas course. These instruction also apply to adding any person to your course, just make sure you select the appropriate role (Faculty, Student, Observer, TA, Designer, etc)
This article contains some notes about quiz settings in your Canvas course.
This article describes the External Apps (LTI Tools) that have been enabled for Canvas at UNH as well as the process for requesting that a specific application be enabled.
This document describes how to add the users in your course as well as end of course suggestions. The term “Users” refers to both students and teachers. When an action refers to only one or the other, then the word student or teacher will be used.
This article describes how to use the Inbox (email) tool from your Canvas course site.
This article describes how to import a previously exported course (Blackboard or Moodle) course into a Canvas course.
The following topics are the most common asked questions about using Canvas as a student. Click on the topic title to access the topic on the Canvas help site.
This article describes the in-line document viewer for Speedgrader, known as DocViewer.
This article describes how to request an extension in Canvas to allow students and faculty to finish incomplete work or grading.
This article describes some best practices when using Box with Canvas. Files stored in Box do not count against the Canvas file storage limit/quota of 500MB. Box is also a handy way to post documents that may be updated frequently as the revisions do not to be reloaded to Canvas (as they would need to be if loaded directly to Canvas.)
This article describes the various ways to subscribe to the Canvas iCal feed using common applications (Google Calendar/Outlook.)
This article provides links to Canvas sample Courses.
This article describes how to link and embed multimedia resources in a Canvas course. If you have requests for videos to go on Library Reserves, please send a request to the Multimedia Desk at multi.library@unh.edu. More information at http://library.unh.edu/faculty/reserves.
This article describes how to change notification settings in Canvas.