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Summer Quarter 2018 Metrics
As we begin summer quarter, we have 207 courses created with 62% published, or 76% of the total we saw in summer 2017. Since summer quarter has many course sessions, we will see courses added to Canvas throughout the quarter. You can create your course sites for summer now with our self-service request form. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance finishing up your course site: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty & Lecturers
Spring Quarter 2018 Metrics
Towards end of winter quarter, we have 1512 courses created in Canvas, and of those, 93% (1404) have been published. 1492 instructors were using Canvas with a total of 13,520 students.
Winter Quarter 2018 Metrics
Towards end of winter quarter, we have 1478 courses created in Canvas, and of those, 94% (1392) have been published. 1473 instructors were using Canvas with a total of 13,992 students.
Autumn Quarter 2017 Metrics
As of the end of autumn quarter, we have over 100% of expected course sites created in Canvas (1508), and of those, 92.5% (1394) have been published. 1450 instructors were using Canvas with a total of 14,764 students.
Since we began our official transition to Canvas in autumn 2016, we have come a long way! The graph above shows the percentage of all courses using an LMS taught in each system per quarter. By spring 2017, we had 21% of all courses taught in Canvas between our early adopter units and faculty who proactively chose to start teaching with Canvas. Summer 2017 marks our first quarter where all for-credit courses must be taught in Canvas, and the number of courses created in Canvas exceeded the number of courses in Chalk for summer 2016.
For more information about how we chose Canvas as our next learning management system, you can read about it on the project background page.