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(From the LMS that actually gets used. Go figure.)
You may know what a LOR is, but do you know
what a LOR can really, truly be?
Canvas is the 21st Century LMS. Adaptable. Reliable. Customizable. Easy to use. Mobile. Time-saving. And, perhaps most importantly, it gets used. That’s because it’s designed to get out of your way, to let you do your thing. Every last feature, every last interface is crafted to save you time and effort and to make teaching and learning easier. That’s why Canvas is adopted faster and deeper than any other LMS. HOW CAN CANVAS MAKE TEACHING & LEARNING EASIER FOR YOU? LEARN MORE
Canvas users tell us that choosing the right LMS begins with usability. When teachers and students want to use their LMS, they have a richer learning experience.
Designed specifically for K-12 teachers and students, Canvas is an easy-to-use, cloud-based learning management system (LMS) that connects all the digital tools and resources teachers use into one simple place. It integrates seamlessly with hundreds of apps, empowering teachers and students with countless tools to make teaching and learning easier and more fun. HOW CAN CANVAS MAKE TEACHING & LEARNING EASIER FOR YOU? LEARN MORE
Using Canvas from kindergarten through 12th grade helps equip students from Naperville Community Unit School District 203 with digital skills they’ll need for life.
Take Canvas for a test drive with our free, two-week trial account. It’s pre-loaded with course content to help you explore and hit the ground running. Try it.
No matter which LMS you choose, if it doesn’t get used, then what’s the point? All the features in the world mean nothing if no one uses them.
The best platform allows your institution to expand and adopt new technologies as they surface, which is just another reason we believe you’ll find that Canvas is the best choice.
Canvas is native cloud, reliably hosted on Amazon AWS, which processes more than a million requests per second with 500,000+ servers.
And, because we love you and we want you to choose Canvas, we’ve created a simple chart to help you compare Canvas to ol’ what’s-their-names. Check it out HERE.
Triple disclaimer: the accuracy of this announcement depends on your willing interpretation of June 16-18, 2015 as soon. It also requires that you define awesome as a heaping helping of edtech with some big surprises on the side. And as for the near part, it’s totally true if you currently live in or around Park City, Utah. More awesome conference details and calls for presentation proposals will soon come to a canvaslms page near you.
The Canvas App Center is your gateway to a world of powerful teaching tools. Even the least tech-savvy teachers can easily browse a library of LTI tools and install them in a single click—no IT help necessary. Open the door to a truly custom teaching experience and more possibilities with Canvas App Center.
What if you could combine the ease and efficiency of online learning with the magic of a face-to-face environment? By addressing the causes of wasted time and missed learning objectives in F2F instruction, our Lossless Learning Initiative turns the “what if” into “here’s how.” Learn more (literally).
Have you ever wished you could transform education by empowering teachers and students to learn and do more? For the second year in a row, we’re granting your most inspired wishes for K-12 and higher education with Canvas Grants totaling $100k. And this year, we’re investing 100 percent of that $100k for your 15 most innovative ideas to help find, understand, and address the causes of lossy learning.
We’ve always provided the metaphorical building blocks for teaching and learning. But now, with our new Minecraft app for Canvas and Minecraft MOOCs on Canvas Network, we’re providing the literal (and by literal, we mean virtual) building blocks for your classroom. Visit Canvas Network and enroll in any of our 15 free, groundbreaking courses for K-12 teachers, students, and parents. From Minecraft to a Mars mission simulator to a DIY course that teaches fabrication and circuitry, we’re making MOOCs for K-12.