Starting Fall 2021, Canvas will become WSU’s e-learning management system, and can be used to share readings and web links, assign homework and tests, provide feedback and set grades, as well as serve as a hub for communication and discussion.
If you’re just getting started using Canvas, review this great resource from the AOI department in Pullman. It reviews all the important topics necessary to get you ready for the transition from Blackboard.
For more information on Canvas, as well as resources to help address any questions you have, refer to WSU’s Student Resources page.
Access Canvas using the website canvas.wsu.edu.
If you have Canvas related questions, quickly find your answer through the WSU Tutorial or Canvas Self Help website.
Can’t find your solution there? Please contact the Instructional Technology team at 509.358.7748 or email@example.com.
Interested in a group or one-on-one training session? Reach out to the WSU Spokane Instructional Technology team at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time that fits your schedule.
You can also find a list of live and on-demand Canvas training opportunities through WSU’s Academic Outreach and Innovation (AOI) department via their website.
- Mozilla FireFox and Google Chrome work best for Canvas.
- Find information about Canvas outages.
- For course enrollments assistance (i.e.: student enrollment), please have students contact – email@example.com.
- To add another instructor or TA to your course, please contact your department scheduler. Once they are added, it will update in myWSU and then in Canvas.