Web Services

Did you know that Canvas can integrate with the web tools you already use to promote collaboration and connectivity? Check them out!

Technology

Description

  Google Docs Once you authorize Google Docs to see your documents you’ll be able to submit your assignments directly from Google Docs, and create and share documents with members of your classes.
  Skype Skype offers free online voice and video calls. Lots of students use Skype as a free, easy way to communicate. If you register your Skype Name and enable visibility, then other students can easily find your contact and call or add you using Skype.
Facebook If you have a Facebook account, you can install the Canvas app and receive course notifications on your profile. You can specify which types of notifications you want and how often you’d like them sent.
  LinkedIn LinkedIn is a great resources for business networking, and can be helpful long after you’ve finished your education. If you have a LinkedIn account, you can register it on your profile. Then if you allow fellow course/group members to see your registered services, they can easily invite you to link with them without having to search LinkedIn for your profile.
  Twitter Twitter is a service for posting and subscribing to short messages. If you have a Twitter account, you can register it on your profile. Then if you allow fellow course/group members to see your registered services, they can easily connect with your Twitter account.
  Delicious Delicious is a tool that lets you store and share your bookmarks with others. Canvas’s rich content editor will let you search your Delicious tags to easily link from within Canvas to other resources you find useful.
Diigo Diigo is a social bookmarking tool tailored specifically to research and education. Canvas’s rich content editor will let you search your Diigo tags to easily link from within Canvas to other resources you find useful.