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Canvas Training for Students

Summary

Canvas is Bellevue College’s “Learning Management System” or “LMS”. It enables instructors to build and maintain a secure workspace to share course content, communicate with students, provide online learning activities and assessments, and keep track of their students’ progress. Before getting started, familiarize yourself with Canvas through one of the workshops below. These workshops are geared towards the student experience and cover the basic concepts that are used in most Canvas sites at Bellevue College.

Learn about Canvas with a student Canvas workshop

  • In-person Student Workshops During the first week of the quarter, you can stop in for live, hands-on instruction in the use of Canvas. No registration needed, space will be limited so arrive early to get a seat. The first hour will be an introduction to Canvas followed by a 30 minute Q&A. You are welcome to bring your own device to login to your Canvas site at the end of the session
  • Canvas Student Orientation This page is a full learning resource for Canvas, starting with student questions, technical requirements, and information on how to use Canvas on your mobile device, followed by videos that step you through using Canvas.
  • Online Learning Workshop This is a workshop sponsored by the eLearning Department and is offered for students taking Online and Hybrid Courses using Canvas. The workshop is offered on specific days, before the start of the quarter, but on those days, you may work at home, at a time of your own choosing, at your own pace. Advanced registration is required.
  • Instructional Videos View a recorded session that will give you a 30 minute overview of what you will experience in Canvas.