Until recently, the only way to check students’ assignments for plagiarism was to create a Turnitin (LTI) assignment. You now have the option of creating a Canvas online assignment with the Turnitin plagiarism framework enabled. Find out the advantages of using the plagiarism framework feature in Canvas.
The upcoming Canvas meeting will be held on Friday 3 August 10am, in in the Great Hall, Clock Tower (105-101), at the University of Auckland City Campus.
Canvas pages are a place where you can add content, video, images and links to files and external sites. They are great to provide students with context and descriptions for the resources you are sharing, rather than relying solely on the item-by-item structure of Modules. Pages work best when used in conjunction with Modules or linked to other places in the course such as the Homepage or Syllabus.
Canvas offers different options for communicating with your students. Learn when to use Announcements, Conversations and Chat.
Discussion points from the July Canvas monthly meeting: