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Adding personal pronouns to your user account in Canvas.
This article will explain the process for requesting access to course content from a user that is no longer employed by the university.
This document describes how non-UNH and UNH students and instructors login to the ExtendUNH course site.  Non-UNH users will use the email provided to the person managing the courrse, while UNH users will use their UNH credentials.
This document explains how to export course content from a UNH Canvas course and import it into your extendunh.instructure.com course.

If you have created your course in the UNH mycourses.unh.edu environment, you can move it to the extendunh.instructure.com course site by using the Export/Import process.  Since these two course environments are in different server locations you are not able to use the course copy functionality.
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 video demonstrations how to create an announcement in Canvas.
This article describes how to add a person and assign a role in a Canvas course. These instructions apply to adding any person and role to your course, just make sure you select the appropriate role (Faculty, Student, Observer, TA, Designer, etc)
The article covers how to embedding OneDrive files in a Canvas course.
The article covers how items import from Moodle to Canvas.
Teaching strategies and technology tools available to use during an academic disruption.
This article contains information on the user deprovisioning process for each of the USNH institutions.
This article describes the different roles you can assign people in Canvas and the permissions associated with those roles.
This article describes how an instructor would obtain course data when there are questions or concerns about academic integrity.
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 article describes how to export content to the Canvas Commons.