As a cloud-based platform, Canvas maintains an agile production cycle and provides the product with bug fixes, enhancements, and new features every three weeks. Take a look here for the most important updates and changes that were recently made to Canvas.
Ranges in Rubrics
October 16 - Rubrics now allow you to use point ranges when accessing students. Check out the Canvas Guide for Rubrics to learn more.
Turnitin & Canvas
August 17 - Turnitin is now available for plagiarism detection in Canvas! We have a bunch of great resources available online that describe the great features that Turnitin brings to Canvas.
August 7 - McGraw-Hill Connect and Cengage integrations have been removed from the global Canvas account, and will instead need to be configured in each individual course. If you are using either of these LTIs in your Canvas course, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help get things set-up.
New Icons and Default Font Size
July 15 - Canvas has updated icons across the system and has increased the default font size to improve accessibility and legibility.
Duplicate Pages & Assignments
July 15 - Both pages and assignments can now be easily duplicated, saving you time when setting-up your course!
Google Apps LTI
May 16 - A deeper integration with Google Apps makes pulling cloud content into Canvas a breeze!
Course Cards Color Overlay
May 16 - Easily toggle the visibility of color overlays on course cards with images.
Student Context Cards
March 17 - Context cards let instructors see a student's performance in a course, send a message to the student, or view the student's grades-- all with one click!
New +People Interface
February 18 - The interface for adding people to a course has been updated.
On occasion, there are small bugs that impact how users interact with Canvas. The TLT team has put together a list of bugs we believe may impact CWRU users. Take a look here at the known issues list.