Teaching with Canvas: Canvas 101

This workshop, offered through the eLearning Center, teaches faculty how to deliver their course materials on the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS).

Earn 22 professional credit hours, a Canvas badge and a Certificate of Achievement.


  • Do you want to know how to integrate the Canvas learning management system (LMS) into an online or on-campus class?
  • Do you need professional development hours to fulfill your faculty contract obligation?
  • Didn’t have time to do professional development so far?
  • Need a flexible online option for professional development?

Sign up for Canvas 101! 

Spring quarter dates: Monday, April 9th to Friday May 25th

Winter quarter: January 15th to March 9th

REGISTRATION: Enrollment Link

Hurry—enrollments are limited to 20

Description: Teaching with Canvas: Canvas 101 

(facilitated, online instruction)

Canvas 101 is perfect for new online instructors and modular so faculty can easily control their progress through course materials during the quarter. This online based workshop is intended to introduce instructors to the available tools in Canvas. It is self-paced, project-based, and guided — a facilitator will be available to answer questions and to evaluate participant projects. This course is updated to represent the new Canvas user interface changes.

Please note: 

Before signing up for Canvas 101, participants must complete the Faculty Canvas Orientation quiz.

Upon completion of and participation in all portions of the workshop, you will earn a Certificate of Completion validating 22 hours of professional development.

The coursework is designed to be completed within one academic quarter or less, and usually  requires approximately 22 total hours to complete. This course assumes that you possess basic computing skills: that you can  input text  into a computer, that you are familiar with basic computer file and folder organization, that you can operate a web browser, and that you can save, upload and download files. If you do not have these skills, you will need to acquire them before you register.

For more information contact: 

Bruce Wolcott, eLearning Center Canvas Workshop Facilitator / Instructional Technologist

Reminder: Before signing up for Canvas 101, participants must complete the

Faculty Canvas Orientation quiz (http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/bcconnect/start-teaching-with-canvas/) .

If you have questions on your Canvas login, please contact the ITS Service Desk – 425-564-4237

Last Updated February 24, 2018