Teaching with Canvas
Course Link Validator Design Enhancements
The Course Link Validator page includes design enhancements for link clarity, including identifying broken Course Card images. This change allows instructors and course designers to better understand the context of each broken link and how to resolve the link. Additionally, Course Card images that may be removed by Flickr can be identified and resolved.
Once the link validation process has completed, the page displays the following design enhancements:
- Content is grouped by object type (e.g. assignment, discussion, page)
- The object type is displayed below the link to each content item
- Each broken content item displays its relevant object type icon
- Broken external URL items in Modules are grouped by module
- Broken content within an object is identified as either a link or an image, with the appropriate icon displaying next to the broken content
- Broken content displays the name of the item as it displays in the Rich Content Editor
- Course Cards are a supported object type, which displays any course images added from Flickr that have been deleted
SpeedGrader – Rubric Additional Comments Text Field
- When used within a rubric, additional comments can be added for a rubric directly in the SpeedGrader sidebar. Comments are displayed directly below each criterion.
- When an instructor creates a rubric for an assignment and views the rubric in SpeedGrader, clicking the Additional Comments icon displays a comments field directly below the selected criterion.
- Instructors can add comments for the criterion, save the comment, and view the comment directly below the criterion. Previously the comment would not display until the rubric was saved.
- No major updates.
For a complete production release update information: Canvas Release Notes.
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