Training Resources for Canvas

Learning management systems (LMS) are essential for online learning. They allow instructors and students to communicate, collaborate, and share resources. In this course, you will learn how to set up and use Canvas, a leading LMS. You will learn how to create classes, work with students, teach online, and grade assignments. You will also learn about best practices for using Canvas for student success.

Canvas Instructor Guide

The Canvas Instructor Guide is a valuable resource for any instructor who wants to get the most out of Canvas. The guide is available online at the Canvas Community. The guide is organized by topic, and each section includes step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and videos. The guide also includes a glossary of terms and a list of resources for further help.

Learning Canvas by Oliver Schinkten

A great course to start learning about the Canvas Learning Management System is Learning Canvas by Oliver Schinkten. This course is offered through LinkedIn Learning which is available to everyone at A.T. Still University, just log in with your @atsu email address for free access.

Create and manage courses with Canvas from Learning Canvas by Oliver Schinkten

Canvas LMS (ATSU in-house) resources:

Join “CATSU” (Canvas ATSU User Group)

This group is open to ALL ATSU Faculty, Staff, and Administrators who want to learn more about the Canvas LMS and access training opportunities. We encourage you to promote this group to new faculty and staff.

Enroll into Kung Fu Canvas!

(requires an ATSU Canvas user account to self-enroll) Kung Fu Canvas is a professional development course to train anyone teaching or building a course in Canvas.

Teaching & Learning Center

A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) is an innovative center and University-wide resource that promotes teaching excellence, development opportunities, and activities across all University programs.