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By the summer of 2017, all courses at MJC and Columbia College will be in Canvas. This page will be used updates and information about the conversion.
Use this form to sign up! (note that there is a scroll bar on the right edge of the form. You must click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the form when you finish.)
You can register for a non-facilitated, non-graded version of our Blackboard to Canvas course on your own. The course does not earn a certificate or flex, but it does contain the same information and activities as the facilitated version of the course.
“...[R]ebuilding – not starting from scratch – is the optimal way to migrate to Canvas. Using the built in migration [from Blackboard] option seems to cause some very unintended consequences, and ultimately the faculty I’ve spoken to have said the opportunity to really assess the content in their courses and determine the best way to structure it in the new environment initially seemed daunting, but ultimately was very rewarding.” --Anna Stirling, Interim Director of @ONE
OEI Guide for Converting from Blackboard to Canvas (probably your best resource!)
When using the Canvas Guide, first go into Blackboard and export your course: