Turn one-way viewing into two-way collaboration.
Canvas Studio turns passive viewing into active discussion between you and your higher ed students, whether you're in class, remote, or blended. Maybe it's more of a round table than a platform.
We decided to implement Canvas Studio due to the great features available for teachers and the seamless integration with Canvas. Since its implementation, Canvas Studio has proved itself as a crucial tool for the University. We’ve for example seen more and more teachers use the tool for flipped learning and students handing in assignments through Canvas Studio.
—Páll Ásgeir Torfason
Head of Department Digital Learning, University of Iceland
Canvas Studio's A-list features:
Your Own Media Library
Create, deliver, host, and organise video content in all major formats—in your own media library.
Easy Uploads & Imports
Both students and instructors can upload video from their devices (or add it from YouTube) straight to their courses.
A Better View of Viewership
See who’s watched a video, for how long, and which parts. What's interesting/boring/confusing for your students?
Easily connect with platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Hangouts.
Better Professional Development
Record or import video. Share it with your fellow educators. Receive and respond to feedback. Practise. Even interact via video.
Video learning that (!) involves the learner.
Canvas Studio's intuitive tools let you create and deliver interactive learning experiences that can hold students’ attention in a world of distraction. Students can also submit their own video creations in Studio and offer feedback on each other's work. Engagement all around.
Video learning anywhere, anytime
Easy video collaboration
Stream across platforms and devices
Quizzes and grading, baked right in.
Canvas Studio makes it easy to incorporate instruction, assessments, and additional learning opportunities right within the video experience.
Apply rubrics with SpeedGrader, and provide quick, personalised feedback on students' work.
Assign differentiated videos based on MasteryPaths.
I even utilise the Studio capabilities to support people with training. I don’t need to be there one-to-one, around a projector or a board telling people how to do stuff step-by-step. What I’d normally do is sit with them on their own laptop, get Studio out and get them to do a screen recording of what they’re learning. So I can sit next to them and go through the steps, explain it and they hear my audio. It saves directly into their Studio and they have that as a resource. They take their own learning opportunity away with them for recap so they can keep going back. I think it’s just really powerful being able to do these things in these courses. For instruction I think it’s absolutely phenomenal. It’s just so easy to click the button in the top corner, record screen and away you go. They can go in and make videos and do everything inside this virtual learning environment. I think it’s just really cool.
(Former) Head of Elearning At the Hull College Group
Data and Analytics
1. Get analytics and insights.
2. Actually use them.
Find out who’s watching which videos and for how long. See overall class data (this can tell you more about the video), or look at students’ viewing details (this can tell you more about this student). Then use this data to inform your instruction and improve the learning experience.
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