- Download Discussion Board Posts is a new feature being voted on now in the Canvas Community. This feature would allow students to download and/or view all of their posts to review at the end of the semester in one place. This would create a type of e-portfolio for each student based on their work during the semester. Download Discussion Board Posts is being voted on now in the Canvas Community.
- Move Help Button Upward is a new feature being voted on now in the Canvas Community. This feature would move the Help Button up under the other buttons in the Canvas navigation. Move Help Button Upward is being voted on now in the Canvas Community.
K-State Online Updates
Updates to Canvas were released on July 16. Canvas operates on a monthly release cycle through which features are added or updated on the third weekend of the month. To see all the new features and fixed bugs, view the completeJuly Release Notes. In addition to the Canvas release, Information Technology Services releases updates to services and integrations with K-State Online through the month as necessary.
Customized Help icon — The look of the Help icon on the Global Navigation Menu has changed.
Sidebar assignment links — When an instructor created a new discussion or quiz, the page sidebar included links to create a new assignment, discussion, or quiz, respectively. These links have been removed from Discussions and Quizzes creation pages.
Send Individual Messages checkbox — In the message composition page, the Send Individual Messages checkbox option no longer includes an information icon. This icon previously explained the purpose of the checkbox, which has now been added to the checkbox description. This change improves accessibility for keyboard users.
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K-State Online Canvas is the online learning environment for Kansas State University. K-State Online provides integration with KSIS for course and final grade management, a variety of tools and services to connect student and instructors with the variety of options on the web, mobile apps and mobile browser support, as well as the tools and communication options that instructors, staff and students need.
Kansas State University relied on Classic for more than 15 years as the learning management system for K-State Online. While we have continuously improved this system, circumstances make it no longer feasible for us to continue to do so. K-State Online Classic is now in read-only mode for export and archiving of any needed historical data.