Two Canvas Blunders You Can Easily Avoid!

Did you know there’s a “wrong” way to add content onto a Canvas page? This little mistake is often the cause of broken links when you import your content into the next semester’s course shell. Come learn the best method for adding images, files and links in Canvas. (And the secret of what to do if your images suddenly aren’t displaying correctly.)

Posted in Byte-Sized Canvas, Uncategorized.

Passionate about teaching and learning, Helen enjoys showing instructors how to apply best pedagogical practices in Canvas to create dynamic courses that keep their students engaged.


  1. It’s also possible to force the browser to refresh the cache for images; for example ctrl shift R for chrome. This is faster than clearing cache.

    Great videos.

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