Users of Kaltura MediaSpace can create their own personal Channels. To do this:
Click "My Channels" in the top menu.
Click "+ Create Channel" to create a Channel.
Enter a name and description.
Determine the type of permissions you want for your Channel. They are:
Open: Anyone with a link to your Channel can view content in the Channel and can also add new content to it.
Restrict: Anyone with a link to your Channel can view content in the Channel. Only members can add new content to it.
Private: Only members can view content in the Channel and also add new content to it.
Determine if you want your Channel to be moderated. This means only certain types of members will be able to determine what is added to a Channel. Media Services recommends that you moderate content in your Channel.
All OSU Canvas users may access Canvas tech support 24 x 7 x 365 by clicking the Help button in the left-side gray navigation menu. Support is available via phone (844-329-3084 toll free), live chat, and email form through the Help button. Students are also welcome to connect with the OSU Canvas team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, students can browse the Canvas Student Guides for help documents.
If you are an instructor who uses Canvas and want to upload a student’s paper directly to Turnitin, there are a few steps involved. The first part is to create a Turnitin web account, and the second part is to enable Quick Submit on that account:
If you have never created a Turnitin assignment in Canvas before, you will need to do this to generate your Turnitin account before following the next steps. You do not need to publish the Turnitin assignment.
From 2012-2014 OSU investigated our options and needs for instructional innovation and technology. Over the course of our campus-wide inquiry, Canvas was preferred by students and instructors alike as the system and technology partner that is in the best position to help us meet our goals. Learn more about the decision for Canvas at OSU.
Yes, if instructors give an Incomplete, the instructor may request to add the student to a past-term or a present-term course so they can access quizzes, assignments, etc. Instructors should email email@example.com and request that their and the student's enrollment be enabled in the course site. Include the student’s ONID and the Canvas course code (e.g. TST_101_001_S2017) in the email.
Accessibility Check (also called UDOIT) is a tool for faculty to quickly identify and fix common accessibility issues in their Canvas course content. This tool is not visible to students in Canvas. A few of the accessibility issues that the tool will detect include missing alternative text for images, poor color contrast, and missing descriptive link text.