"System functions in Canvas" - Lunch n’ learn (19/2)
The appreciated seminar series Lunch n’ learn (on e-learning) is back with new subjects and lecturers. First out is Emil Stenberg, system developer at KTH, who will talk about how Canvas works with a focus on integrations with other systems such as UG and Kopps.
Seminar 1. Tuesday 19 February at. 12:15–13:00.
(the seminar will be held in Swedish)
"System functions in Canvas – How students, teachers and course rooms are added"
KTH uses Canvas as pedagogical platform and the courses are created and filled with students – but how does this work? In the seminar system developer Emil Stenberg (KTH) will talk about facts that are good to know for teachers, specifically relevant for you who are technically interested. Emil answers questions and shows the technology with focus on integrations with other systems such as UG and Kopps. Target group for the seminar: teachers and administrators at KTH who work with Canvas/e-learning.
Lecturer: Emil Stenberg, system developer at KTH who has worked with the Canvas integration at KTH since the pilot project 2016.
Location: South East Gallery (Sydöstra galleriet), KTH Library, Osquars backe 31 and online.
Date and time: 19 February, 12:15–13:00.
Registration by 13 February (if you want a lunch sandwich with a drink)
(please note: registration form is in Swedish)
Link to live broadcast/streaming: www.youtube.com/KTHMedieproduktion/live
The seminar will be held in Swedish.
Information about the registration
Notify your dietary requirements in your registration. If you have signed up but can't make it, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can (Important!).
More about Lunch n’ learn
We will offer three seminars aimed at those who are interested in e-learning and want to learn more about KTH's digital learning environment. The seminars are held in the South East Gallery, KTH Library, and streamed and recorded so you can participate directly via computer and ask questions in the chat or see the recording afterwards. is an event arranged by The E-learning management object , KTH Royal Institute of Technology.