Countdown to Canvas!
K-State Online Classic is being retired, so now is the time to upgrade your courses to K-State Online powered by Canvas. All courses must move to Canvas by December 31, 2015.
For some instructors, this semester will be your first using K-State Online Canvas. Learn some useful tips and tricks in the Getting Started with Canvas course.
|Elements in Canvas||Spring 2015||Summer 2015||Fall 2015|
|Courses still in Classic||43%||26%||17%|
Numbers were last updated on October 5, 2015
Classic to Canvas converter tool
Do you need to move your content from K-State Online Classic to Canvas? Use the Classic to Canvas converter tool to move a single file or multiple files.
Scantron converter tool
With the Scantron converter tool, a Scantron processed file is converted to a Canvas import, and then imported into Grades in Canvas. You must already have some content in your Canvas Gradebook before you can successfully upload any grades from .csv files.
Be Ahead of the Curve
Move your data to Canvas
Questions used on assignments and quizzes in K-State Online Class can be exported and moved into K-State Online powered by Canvas. Questions must be moved by specific assignments rather then by Question Bank. To transfer questions you need to identify: assignments, courses, terms, and versions. For step-by-step instructions on how to export your questions, view the article Exporting questions from K-State Online Classic for Canvas. For assistance transferring your questions, complete this form.
You can easily move content from K-State Online Classic to K-State Online by following these simple steps. If you are having trouble moving your files or have questions about how you can best manage and move your files, use this form. Move only the active files that are needed into Canvas. Older files can be archived outside of the Learning Management System.
Take Your Course to the Next Level
Take your course to the next level with third-party apps. Apps are an easy way to add new features to your course. Use the My Mediasite app to record lectures or upload videos to your Canvas courses.
What's New in Canvas
October Release Highlights
Instructure released a new version of Canvas on October 10. With this release, Canvas now allows anonymous peer review notifications. When instructors enable anonymous peer reviews, notifications sent to students about the peer review assignment are also anonymous. Notifications do not include the name of the student whose work is to be reviewed. To see all the new features and fixed bugs, view the complete October Release Notes.
The Canvas Community is home to all the resources that Instructure provides to help Canvas users: the Canvas Guides, Video Tutorials, Sample Courses, etc. Users can find answers to questions about Canvas through these resources and from one another in the community forums.
The new Canvas Community 2.0 was launched on April 15, 2015. The new Community allows Canvas users to connect and interact with Instructure, and with each other to discuss and share best practices, ideas for new Canvas features, and come together into community groups.
Currently there are no maintenance events scheduled.