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Curious About Canvas?

Have you heard the news? JHU is adopting Canvas as its new learning management system officially replacing Blackboard in Fall ’22 (Read more about the project on this JHU migration page) and IRC Training is here to help!

So, as we begin approaching the official launch, are you finding yourself curious about Canvas? Satisfy your curiosity starting April 1 when all AAP Faculty gain access to the Canvas platform, and we begin to offer a variety of different training opportunities.

AAP Instructional Resource Center Training

To help you get the most out of the new platform, the IRC is providing a mix of virtual live and self-paced learning options specifically designed for AAP Faculty.

  • Growing with Canvas Faculty Orientation: Introductory, self-paced course designed to develop foundational skills necessary for using the Canvas Learning Management System. Faculty are automatically enrolled in this course hosted in Canvas.
  • Canvas Foundations Workshop Series: Live virtual training led by IRC trainers. These 90-minute workshops are delivered via Zoom and offered monthly, giving faculty numerous opportunities to participate. To view and/or register for these trainings, see our Workshops page.

Canvas Premium Training

In addition to IRC-developed training, you also have access to self-paced modules and live webinars offered via Canvas Premium Training! With over 30 different topics and multiple live sessions being offered daily, you are sure to find training that meets your needs. This training is hosted in the Canvas Training Portal, which can be accessed via the Help Menu located in Canvas (pictured below). For details on accessing this portal, review this Canvas Support Page.

Training Services Portal Navigation Interface
  • Live Webinar Trainings: Pre-scheduled live webinars delivered by the Canvas training team. The Training offerings and their registration information is listed on the training calendar in the Canvas Training Portal.
  • Self-paced Courses & Programs: Courses are related to a specific feature or topic. Examples include Engaging Learners and Grading and Feedback. Programs are multiple courses related to a single theme. Examples include Course Design and Accessibility and Canvas + Microsoft Office.

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