Canvas Wrap-up Checklist
At the end of each term, plan to review the information in your Canvas courses and ensure its accuracy, including checking that students have the appropriate level of access to the Canvas course moving forward. This checklist will help you wrap-up your Canvas course at the end of the term and ensure a smooth set up process when you next teach the course.
Essential Best Practices
Verify Your Canvas Gradebook
The Canvas Gradebook automatically calculates final grades, but it is important to ensure the proper settings are in place for accuracy.
Submit final grades to banner
Grades do not transfer automatically from Canvas to Banner. Faculty manually submit grades to banner.
Update Canvas course access
Canvas allows you to control what students can and cannot access after your course is over. Use the course settings to put your course into read-only mode, or to prevent students from viewing course and quiz content after the set end date.
Prepare for the next semester
Customize your Canvas dashboard by removing old courses and favoriting new ones. Access the Canvas Readiness Checklist to prepare for next semester!
Optional Best Practices
Clean up course content
Remove unused or duplicate pages, files, and assignments to ensure accurate course imports in future semesters.
Export content and/or records
If you’d like to keep your own records outside of Canvas, use the export and download features to save grades, files, and course export packages to your computer.