Q1 2024 Roadmap Objectives

Canvas Roadmap Timeline for progress reports on the specific areas noted below:

Offline support allows users to access the Canvas Mobile app and use its core functions at any time, regardless of their internet connection.

New functionality in Discussions Redesign gives users flexible viewing options for discussion threads.

Screen-narrated student submissions in the Speedgrader will ensure improved and more efficient communication between teachers and students.

Students engage in deeper, more meaningful discussion with classmates with clear checkpoints to guide their way.

Users receive timely notifications about soon-to-be expired or revoked badges.

Improved rubrics enables instructors to provide more meaningful feedback, and self assessment support encourages learner agency.

LTI 1.3 tools will support Dynamic Registration with a simple copy and paste, enabling customers to improve data flows between Canvas and other LTI applications during tool configuration.

Integration of Catalog with Credentials enables users to view earned badges on course pages and allows administrators to issue both badges and certificates.

The integration between Studio and Microsoft Teams will ensure that all video-based learning materials are readily accessible within Canvas.

Optimized workflow using Canvas course copy and blueprint features to automatically transfer credentials (badges and pathways) to multiple courses across different semesters and synchronize them across related courses.

Users gain the flexibility to manage group end dates manually or through course date synchronization, extending the maximum end date to 6 years for longer-lasting groups.

Human Captioning integration in Studio will empower teachers to provide captions for their videos that complies with all accessibility standards and supports an inclusive learning experience for students.

Educators will be able to selectively release modules to individuals and sections, further enabling differentiated instruction and personalizing learning content for students.

Educators will be able to manage outcomes appropriately to ensure accurate alignments.

Users will be able to create recurring events in the calendar, saving time and optimizing scheduling for educators, students, and administrators.

Instructors and students will be able to capture screen recordings in their browser, eliminating the need for third-party tools.

Enhanced video quizzes in Studio will enable instructors to assess student understanding in a more sophisticated manner and facilitate sharing among themselves, reducing time and effort in quiz creation.

Instructors now have more meaningful data in Item Analysis report to identify invalid questions.

Enhanced grading capabilities in New Quizzes will allow educators to enable anonymous grading, reducing the perception of bias in the classroom.

When Instructors share item banks they can now align outcomes tied to sub-accounts to the questions within.

Educators will be able to embed shared quizzes in course media, saving effort and increasing student learning goals.

The New Quizzes submissions API will enable instructors and administrators to submit student quiz attempts and retrieve student test submission data to enhance reporting and inform learning outcomes.

Instructors will be able to manage results visibility settings within a New Quiz, streamlining feedback and instructional quality for students.

Instructors will be able to share New Quizzes content both within and outside of their organization by use of a common cartridge file to foster greater collaboration.

Instructors can use detailed student analysis reports to gain deeper insights into student understanding and activity on quizzes.

Instructors will be able to provide just-in-time accommodations of additional time for students, ensuring equitable access in the quizzing process.

Instructors will be able to share New Quizzes in Canvas Commons, empowering them to better collaborate and save time on content curation.

The ability to download all student submissions for a question at once will enable Instructors to save time when manually grading file upload question types in New Quizzes.

New Quizzes will now allow instructors to gather anonymous student feedback, to collect insights and improve the learning experience.

Instructors are able to provide students additional context with standalone text or prompts that are not tied to questions on a New Quiz.

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