Unlock the full potential of Canvas!
The university has transitioned fully to Canvas as the home base for all Northeastern courses. Faculty and student resources are available to help maximize teaching and learning on the platform.
Blackboard, Northeastern’s old learning management system, will be retired on June 30, 2021. Users may want to log in and plan to secure old course content and data.
Canvas is not only a leader in the LMS market—it’s “The Learning Platform that Helps Great Education Happen” and also one of Northeastern’s next steps toward digital transformation through online teaching and learning.
Open, intuitive, and born in the cloud, Canvas streamlines all the digital tools and content that teachers and students love, for a simpler and more connected learning experience.
To support Northeastern 2025, Canvas is the LMS designed to meet the needs of all campuses and learners.
With Canvas, university community members will enjoy an LMS that is mobile-first, reliable, accessible, and can deliver highly customizable and experiential teaching and learning.
Canvas Training and Support Resources
Northeastern has made many options available for faculty to schedule training or support sessions.
Academic Technologies, The Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research (CATLR), and the Office of the Provost are all supporting faculty to learn more about this transformation by offering a variety of training and support options.
After having worked with different LMS for the past 20+ years, Canvas has emerged as my top favorite – especially when teaching in different instructional formats such as hybrid and online.
Teaching Professor, World Languages Center
Coordinator of Online Teaching and Learning, College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Canvas Pilot Participant
[Canvas] is amazing and well suited to support the kind of digital work my students produce. It's streamlined the workflow for both my classes and is saving me hours (not an exaggeration) each week. It's wonderful to be able to use that time to serve students and pursue scholarship.
Assistant Professor of Journalism, School of Journalism
Fall 2019 Canvas Pilot Participant