CU Online Canvas Quickguides
Export/Import Guide for Blackboard to Canvas Migration
Use the guide, linked below, to export courses out of Blackboard and import them into Canvas. Please be aware that depending on how your course is set up, this is not a perfect migration.
Panopto in Canvas at AMC
panopto canvas provisioning.docx
Academic Integrity Course Import
The Academic Integrity course comes in two flavors - both containing the exact same content. Both options create a Module in your Canvas course containing a link to content and a quiz.
This .imscc file should not be opened on your computer. Rather, your Canvas course will interpret it and import the content.
The first option links to the static public website for the content (viewable here
The second option creates customizable pages inside of Canvas for the content that can be edited:
Both options contain the Test Your Knowledge quiz.
Student Events Calendar
There are lots of great events going on here at UC Denver. The Student Events Calendar is the easiest way to keep track of what's going on for faculty and students. Use this guide to embed the claendar in your course navigation, onto it's own page, or just to share the link to the calendar.
Respondus Exam Builder
Respondus is a Windows only solution to export, import and publish exams to Canvas. Download the Respondus4Campus.exe.zip and then email the CU Online Help Desk or call 303-315-3700 for installation instructions and password.
Tool Comparison Tables
These tables align comparable tools between LMSes to help you map what you used before to a similar tool in Canvas. Since not every tool functions exactly the same way, we’ve linked the Canvas column to the relevant tutorial guide on Canvas’ support website.
Click on the item in the Canvas column to view Canvas’ tutorial guide about the topic.
eCollege to Canvas Tool Comparison Table
Blackboard to Canvas Tool Comparison Chart