It can take a while for a student to show up in the course roster after they have submitted an add/drop card. Faculty can add students to the Canvas course site while this process is happening, however students will not be available through Canvas until they have been added to a Canvas course space using […]
Middlebury is approaching the start of the undergraduate academic year, this is the time where faculty are thinking about course web sites. The college has also started the transition from Moodle to Canvas, a new Learning Management System (LMS) that is developed and hosted by Instructure. Like Moodle, faculty can create their Canvas course sites...
The Academic Technology Group is available to assist faculty in migrating their course sites from Moodle to canvas. If you would like us to migrate your site for you, please fill out the form below or contact an Academic Technologists. Request Migration
Starting July 1st faculty will be able to create Canvas course spaces for fall courses using the Course Hub. Start a new course Create Canvas course space using the Course Hub – http://courses.middlebury.edu At the Course Hub log in and click on the manage resources button to the left of each course listing. Click on...
Instructure provides direct support for faculty and students. You can contact Instructure for help with Canvas in the following ways: Tier I Support for faculty and students 24/7/365 Call: 844-747-2605 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org There is also a Quick Start Student Guide at http://guides.instructure.com/m/8470 and general Canvas Guides at http://guides.instructure.com/ All of these resources are accessible from...
Thanks to the hard work of the LIS Education and Training team, LIS now offers a help gateway that collects great resources from all corners of our department and makes it easy for you to find what you need. You’re also quite likely to discover some new tools and ways to learn about technology and library resources along the way. Don’t take our word for it — visit go/lishelp and see for yourself. Here are just a few things you can do:
- Search LIS web pages and wiki lore to get answers to your questions.
- Submit a HelpDesk ticket to request assistance or search the FAQ database for answers.
- Find who in LIS can help you.
- Use quick links to access “how to” information tailored to different audiences.
- Check systems status.
- Learn how LIS can help you acquire more technology and library skills.