Turnitin users are continuing to experiencing slow submission/report generation times and some users may be unable to submit larger files. Turnitin engineers are working hard to resolve this for all our users.
Maintenance will be performed on the network during the window of 6:00pm - 10:00pm on Thursday, August 23. During this time access to Baylor's datacenter may experience a brief disruption (projected at 5 minutes or less) and users may be unable to login to Canvas.
Cidi Labs Design Tools was developed to take away the heavy lifting of making your Canvas course look great in the fraction of the time. With Design Tools, you can easily customize the visual appeal and organizational elements of content presented on your homepage, content pages, assignments, the course syllabus, discussion board descriptions, and quiz descriptions.
Maintenance will be performed on Thursday, June 28 from 6:30 p.m. until midnight to upgrade network connections to one of Baylor’s internet providers. During this time access to Baylor's datacenter may experience a brief disruption and users may be unable to login to Canvas.
On June 19, Canvas will begin using a new plagiarism framework for TurnItIn. The Canvas Plagiarism Framework allows third-party plagiarism services to integrate with Canvas in the most seamless way possible. Existing assignments may need to be modified or recreated if TurnItIn is to be used.
Starting at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, firmware upgrades will be applied to datacenter load-balancers. The load-balancers have redundant hardware, so service impact should be minimal – but there may be brief points in time during the maintenance window when traffic is impacted to/from http://canvas.baylor.edu.
TurnItIn.com provides services for plagiarism education, prevention, and detection. TurnItIn currently integrates with Canvas in two different ways, but TurnItIn will soon begin phasing out the older methods in favor of a new plagiarism framework integration in Canvas.
Beginning on January 6, instructors can enable the New Gradebook on a per-course basis to begin testing the new gradebook format that will be deployed to all of Canvas later this year. Instructors testing the New Gradebook can apply late and missing policies to course assignments.
A new look for the Canvas website is coming soon! When you visit http://canvas.baylor.edu beginning on December 19th, you’ll see things on a new, modern, responsive layout that is fully compatible with both mobile and desktop devices.
On October 3, 2017, we will expand the protection that Duo provides to other campus information resources including Box, Canvas, Compass and more. Along with this extended coverage, the Duo login interface will undergo a design change so that access to all Baylor online resources will have the same look and feel.