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Microsoft Immersive Reader creates a reading experience that adds accessibility and comprehension for learners of all ages and abilities.  As an instructor or student, you can use the Microsoft Immersive Reader on a Page in Canvas (myCourses). You cannot use it in announcements, quizzes, assignments, or discussions.
This article explains how to enable and use New Quizzes.
These instructions are provided to necessary updates to Apple iOS (mobile) devices to receive "Email and Calendar" using Exchange Online after the M365 migration to the USNH Unified environment. During this process you will be asked to delete the existing account and re-add the new unified account.
This article provides information on managing course content from a migrated Moodle course in Canvas.
This article describes the different course-level roles that can be assigned to users in Canvas (myCourses) and the permissions associated with each. Roles and permissions varying by USNH institution.
This article describes how an instructor would obtain course data when there are questions or concerns about academic integrity.
This article describes how to export content to the Canvas Commons.
This article describes how to import resources to your course from Canvas Commons.
This article describes how to search Canvas Commons.
This article explains how to have multiple due dates in an assignment.
Plymouth State Canvas users have the ability to add some users to Canvas but will need to contact other persons to assist in adding users with specific roles.
This article explains how to export an old quiz and import into an Item Bank in New Quizzes
This article explains how to export a classic Quiz and import it into the course as New Quizzes.
Currently, the embed Kaltura icon and tool is not present in the New Quizzes text editor. This article explains how to embed Kaltura content into a New Quizzes question prompt, along with how to upload media and images directly into a New Quizzes question prompt.
This article provides links to all the quiz articles.
This article will explain the process for requesting access to course content from a user that is no longer employed by the university.