All UWF Courses in Canvas
Upgrading to Canvas is the next step in our ongoing process to ensure quality in online education. We are very excited about Canvas' clean interface, easier building experience, and SpeedGrader.
Active courses from Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018 will be automatically migrated from D2L into Canvas. Faculty can either manually export courses from other semesters or in development shells to Canvas or request that these courses be part of an automated migration. There will be 3 automatic migrations: one in late Fall Semester and two in Spring 2018. For courses not migrated, access to D2L will be available until December 31, 2018. After that time, faculty will be able to request file downloads for archived classes from ITS.
Questions about the UWF Canvas Migration? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Features include a cleaner interface, easier building experience, and SpeedGrader. Students report increased satisfaction due to hypothetical grades, a superior mobile app, and simplified group work.Advantages
ATC offers training opportunities in multiple formats: text-based documentation, face-to-face sessions with an instructional designer, group training classes, Live@Lunch 1-hour webinars, and video-based training.Training Resources
ATC has created a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help you with the transition to Canvas. If you have questions please visit here before emailing email@example.com.F.A.Q. List
The Academic Technology Center (ATC) provides faculty support and training programs in support of excellence in online curriculum and instruction.ATC Homepage