USFSP – Students Access to Canvas for Spring/Summer

Guest posting from Glen Parker…

I was asked the preferred way to direct students to Canvas for those courses being taught in Canvas during the Spring/Summer.

I recommend multiple paths.

  1. The easiest would be to give your students a direct link to Canvas:  https://usflearn.instructure.com .
  2. There will be a link in myUSF to Canvas
  3. For those familiar with Blackboard, a link in the Bb course reminding them to go to Canvas would be helpful.   Our official recommendation will be to :- Make sure the Announcements page is the entry page for your Bb course

    – Create a single announcement telling student about canvas and provide a link to Canvas.

    – Disable other menu items so there is less visual clutter in the Bb course to distract from the redirection

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