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How Canvas assists with compliance ● A central location for all assessment ● The ability for assessor guides and mapping to be stored in a central, unpublished location for trainers ● Version control of content through viewing page history for standard pages ● Version control of full courses through Canvas Commons and Blueprint ● Clear observation and product/portfolio checklists in Rubrics ● The ability to easily record and store comments and feedback for each learner in a variety of different ways ● Access to individual work for minimum 6 months ● Roll Call, a tool to track attendance ● Reliable assessment through Canvas Quizzes for knowledge based questions ● The ability to accommodate individual learner needs ● To Do List means that trainers can see when they need to mark assessment and keep within timeframes ● Customizable course navigation, so organizations can link to their website for important information, such as the employee handbook ● Advanced reporting tools that allow for analysis of continuous improvement To ensure our customers are well- equipped to meet compliance requirements, Canvas LMS provides: Choosing a Learning Management System

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