Test student comprehension, track learning, and gather formative feedback.
Engage in discussions outside class in real time or at your own convenient time. Focus discussion on a specific task or assignment.
InScribe leverages the power of community + artificial intelligence to connect individuals to the answers, resources, and people they need to succeed. InScribe captures these interactions and makes them reusable, so each new class or cohort benefits from the conversations that came before them.
Content & Storage
Create interactive content and dynamic presentations. Access course materials and texts from any device. Save, organize and distribute your course files.
Canvas Files are uploaded to a Canvas site or a user's personal Files area. Files can house course files, assignments, syllabi, readings, or other documents, as well as profile pictures and user-specific files. Instructors can lock folders and files so they can only be viewed by direct links or only unlock on a specific date.
Canvas Pages are created inside of a Canvas site. Pages can include text, video, and links to files and other course or group content. They can also be used as a collaboration tool for specific users. Canvas keeps the entire history of the page to account for changes over time.
LibGuides is a content management system for MU's library resources. Use it to curate knowledge and share information, organize class and subject specific resources, and to create and manage websites. Increase the usage of your library's resources and content by showcasing them in LibGuides.
Library Resources integrates with the Libraries' content management system. Work with your Subject Librarian to create or choose existing content from your campus' Library Guides, links to library databases, and E-Reserves. If not customized, Library Resources will display discipline-specific guides and databases from your campus library. [MU & UMKC Only]
A collection of academic tools available within a comprehensive system.
Create and play video content, lectures, and tutorials. Allow students to create and submit multimedia assignments.
Deliver publisher or self-authored eBooks, courseware, and supplemental content.