Our eLearn system at Chemeketa for supporting teaching and learning.

Access to Canvas

  • Access classes in Canvas at:
  • Login using your Chemeketa Single Sign-On username and password

View Canvas Updates for current information and new features.

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Canvas Course Copy & Zoom Meetings

Issue Unwanted calendar events for Zoom Meetings are copied from another course during the course...

Inclusive Access to eTextbooks for Fall Term

Chemeketa is offering access to Digital Course Materials at no cost for students through Canvas...

Changes to End of Term Access in Canvas

Courses in Canvas will automatically conclude (change to read-only access) the Sunday after final...

Canvas Course Copy & Zoom Meetings

REMINDER: to avoid copying unwanted course calendar events created from past Zoom Meetings, choose...

Start and End of Term Access in Canvas

Dear Faculty and Staff, Included are important updates regarding changes to start and end of term...

Pearson Maintenance Announcement – April 16th – 17th

Your success with Pearson products is their top priority, so they perform monthly maintenance to...

Canvas Course Copy & Zoom Meetings

Issue Unwanted calendar events for Zoom Meetings are copied from another course during the course...

Canvas Course Copy & Zoom Meetings

Issue When an instructor schedules Zoom Meetings in Canvas, a calendar event for each scheduled...

Optimizing Your Google-Canvas Integration

By Heather Mariger, Colin Stapp, and Kaitlin Lucas The integration of Google and Canvas provides...

Cleaning Up Your Canvas Gradebook & “Assignments” Page

Your “Assignments” page controls how your gradebook looks. Use the tips below to check or adjust...

Start of Term Access

Students can access Canvas courses Thursday, before the start of term (or scheduled start date for the course).

Instructors should prepare their courses for student access prior to the start of term. Unpublish content or use availability dates to restrict access as needed. Instructors can also adjust their course dates under course settings to allow access on the first day of the term.

Completed Courses in Canvas

Courses in Canvas will automatically conclude (change to read-only access) Sunday, after final grades are due in My Chemeketa. This only applies to courses that are scheduled through Banner (our college Student Information System). Development shells and other manually created courses will remain active.

Instructors who need to provide student access to completed courses for incomplete grade contracts can visit our Faculty Request Forms page to request support.

Access Past Courses

Instructors can access completed courses in Canvas by selecting Courses > All Courses in the Global Navigation menu. Completed courses will also be available to copy into future courses in Canvas.

View Student Grades in Completed Courses

Instructors can view student grades in completed courses from the Gradebook by clicking on the three dots in the Student Name column heading and selecting Show “Concluded Enrollments”.

See How do I view grades for inactive or concluded student enrollments in the Gradebook?

Canvas Training & Support

View the Canvas Training Schedule for dates and times for Instructor training offered via Zoom.

Canvas Essentials: This zoom workshop is designed to introduce instructors to Canvas for teaching face-to-face / remote, online, and hybrid classes. Participants will also gain access to the online course to complete their training.

Canvas Facilitation & Gradebook Training: This 90-minute session will focus on how to effectively facilitate your Canvas course. We’ll discuss ways to maintain regular and substantive interaction (RSI), grade and provide feedback to students, and use Canvas analytics. We’ll spend some time building out these features in your course shell at the end of the workshop.

Canvas for Instructors – Online Course

This online course is designed to help all instructors learn Canvas. In the course you will find details about Canvas features including screenshots, videos and quick links to learn more. All instructors have been enrolled in this course.

Learning Pathways

There are three learning pathways in this course:

  • Canvas Essentials – all instructors using Canvas should complete this pathway.
  • Canvas Mastery – instructors using Canvas with Hybrid and Online courses should complete this pathway.
  • Canvas Exemplary – this learning pathway is optional but encouraged for all instructors.

Access the Canvas for Instructors to get started.

Screenshot of the Canvas for Instructors course.

Screenshot showing the Canvas Course for Instructors.

Instructor Support

Contact the Tech Hub Faculty in the Center for Academic Innovation for help with remote teaching, instructional technology, media support and more.

Building 9, Room 106 – Salem Campus

Tech Hub Faculty team

Faculty Resource Center