Find answers to common Georgia Tech-specific questions below. More answers on common Canvas-related questions can be found at https://community.canvaslms.com.
Getting Started for Faculty
When can I start using Canvas?
Canvas is available now for all faculty to use.
How long can I continue using T-Square?
T-Square is no longer supported for course sites. Historical course sites will be accessible through 2019. Instructors are strongly encouraged to migrate courses to Canvas as soon as possible.
- Self-Service Migration – Visit our migration page to learn how to migrate your course materials from T-Square to Canvas.
- Assisted Migration – Complete this form to request additional assistance with course migration. Someone will contact you shortly to begin the migration process.
What will happen to my T-Square project sites?
Project sites will continue to be supported in T-Square through December 2019, a year longer than course sites. In the near future, recommendations of appropriate platforms to use for project sites in place of T-Square will be provided.
What Canvas training is available to me?
Please see our Training page.
What do my students need to know?
T-Square is no longer supported for course sites. Historical course sites will be accessible through 2019.
How can I keep up-to-date with the latest news about Canvas?
You have two options to stay up-to-date with the latest news about Canvas.
- Join our e-mail list to receive monthly updates about new features, training opportunities, and other announcements.
How do I use Dropbox in my course?
To find more information about using Dropbox in your course, you can visit the Dropbox service page.
Is my course in Canvas or T-Square?
As of January 2019, all new courses will be in Canvas.
Can I access Canvas on my phone?
Yes, you can do so by downloading the “Canvas” app in Google Play or the iOS App Store.
How do I download my old course materials from T-Square?
Be sure to log in to T-Square before December 2019 to download any assignments, resources, and other materials from previous courses that you’d like to save.