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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY Queen's University Case Study Belfast, Ireland 18,935 Users Commenced April 2018 The Challenge Queen's University Belfast - which is in the top one percent of institutions worldwide as part of the Russell Group University - had set out for themselves an ambitious strategic plan to deliver a Digital Learning pathway. As part of this ambition, their aim was to offer an online learning element in all of its programmes by 2020. instructure.com/canvas/en-gb Key Findings Lecturers consider Canvas Gradebook and Course Analytics as complete game- changers for the way they teach Canvas has the potential to fundamentally change how they deliver teaching and learning. The decision to choose Canvas as their partner was primarily based on reputation for innovation, openness and scalability. Students believe they are more connected and feel more engaged with their instructors 01 02 03 04 The Decision In March 2018, Queen's University Belfast chose Canvas as their VLE to help them on their journey. The decision to choose Canvas was based primarily on its reputation for innovation, openness and scalability. As Olivia Roberts, Head of Student Services and Systems at Queen's University Belfast, said, "It is not an exaggeration to say that Canvas has the potential to fundamentally change how we deliver teaching and learning. We will improve how our students access materials, the kinds of assessments available, the types of lesson materials and multimedia we use and really give our students ownership in the process. And, of course, this is instrumental in helping deliver on our greater strategic goals as an institution."

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