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Mises à jour récentes

  • You can join a conference that has already been started by the conference host.

  • You can use the Rich Content Editor to upload a video. The Rich Content Editor is used in features that support the editor (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Quizzes, or Syllabus).

    Canvas allows you to upload supported media types.

    Canvas videos also support caption files. Once you upload a video, learn how to add captions to a video.

  • You can use the Rich Content Editor to record a video. You can record media for any length of time, but shorter video recordings are recommended. If your video is longer than 15 minutes, you may want to consider recording and uploading using an external provider. Longer media lengths require a longer rendering time and may be interrupted without a stable internet connection.

    The Rich Content Editor is used in features that support the editor (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Quizzes, or Syllabus).

    Canvas videos also support caption files. Once you record and save your video, learn how to add captions to a video.

  • The Conferences page allows you to view all the conferences within a course. As a student, you can join conferences where you have been invited to participate.

    In student groups, you can create new conferences, start conferences, and manage concluded conferences.

    Note: Creating a conference is a course permission. If you cannot create a conference, your institution has restricted this feature.

  • The Conferences Index Page allows you to view all the conferences within a course. As an instructor, you can create new conferences, start conferences, and manage concluded conferences.

    Note: Creating a conference is a course permission. If you cannot create a conference, your institution has restricted this feature.

  • The Help Menu assists users in your institution by displaying a list of resources about Canvas. Depending on a user's role, users can view up to five default help options. As an admin, you can reorder or hide default links in the Help Menu. You can also add custom help links for your institution and choose if they should be available to all users or specific user roles.

    You can also change the Help icon and text that displays throughout Canvas.

    This lesson shows how to access the Help Menu Options directly from the Global Navigation Menu. However, you can also access the Help Menu options in Account Settings.

    Notes:

    • Custom help links can only be viewed in Canvas web browsers. In mobile devices, the Canvas by Instructure app does not display custom help links.
    • Canvas Help Menu customizations are only available at the account level and automatically apply to all subaccounts. When opening the Help Menu, only admins can view the customization link.
    • Help Menu customizations are not available in Free-for-Teacher accounts.
    • The Help Menu links also display when a user accesses the Help link in the Login page. However, the Ask Your Instructor a Question and Ask the Community links are never part of the Help Menu in the Login page since the Login page does not associate a user by role.
  • When you create an assignment, you can choose to add an external app (LTI tool) as a submission type. External apps must be added in your course before they can be added to an assignment.

    Note: The External Tool submission type does not support group assignments or peer reviews.

  • Modules control the entire flow of your course and its content. As an instructor, you can add modules, add items to a module, and manage module settings. You can also reorder all modules and module items.

  • When creating a discussion, you can require students to comment and provide feedback of another student's work. Learn more about peer review discussions.

    Peer reviews can only be created with graded discussions and do not have an anonymous option.

    For peer reviews, you can choose to manually assign peer reviews or automatically assign peer reviews. To complete the peer review, students are required to leave at least one comment. If you include a rubric, they are also required to complete the rubric.

    Note: To learn how graded discussion and peer review due dates appear in a student's To Do list, view the Peer Review Tips PDF.

  • Après avoir ajouté des travaux à votre groupe de travail, vous pouvez créer des règles pour tout le groupe de travail. Les règles du groupe de travail déterminent la façon dont Canvas gère toutes les exceptions que vous souhaitez créer pour les calculs de note. Les groupes de travail peuvent être pondérés ou non.

    Lors de l'utilisation de la règle de la note la plus basse ou la meilleure, un groupe de travaux doit inclure au moins deux notes. Canvas examine comment la règle affecte de la façon la plus positive ou la plus négative la note globale de l'étudiant. Une règle pour baisser la note la plus basse retirera du calcul du pourcentage d'un groupe de l'étudiant la(les) note(s) du devoir, ce qui donnera la meilleure note possible pour ce groupe. Une règle pour baisser la note la plus haute retirera du calcul du pourcentage d'un groupe de l'étudiant la(les) note(s) de devoirs, ce qui donnera la note la plus basse possible pour ce groupe.

    Dans certains cas, la valeur de point peut être considérée comme plus importante que le score de pourcentage lorsqu'il est question de déterminer quelle tâche abandonner. Par exemple, un instructeur peut définir une règle indiquant d'abandonner le score le plus faible d'un groupe de tâches, lorsqu'un étudiant réalise 100% sur une tâche à 50 points, 65% sur une tâche à 100 points et 50% sur une tâche à 24 points. Le score à 50% représente le pourcentage le plus faible, mais c'est le score à 65% qui sera abandonné car cette action permettra à l'étudiant de bénéficier d'un meilleur score total pour le groupe de tâches.