Canvas is a Web-based course management system that allow faculty to deliver online course instruction or provide an online enhancement to on-campus courses. Students enrolled in courses supported by Canvas have access to support materials posted by the instructor, including syllabi, assignments, links to web-based materials, discussion boards, chat rooms, and online quizzing.
Step 1: Type elearning.harding.edu in your web browser's address bar or click here.
Step 2: Type your username and password (same one you use for pipeline) in the appropriate boxes and click Login.
Step 3: Click on a course's title to view its online content.
Step 1: Type pipeline.harding.edu in your web browser's address bar or click here.
Step 2: Type your username and password in the appropriate boxes and click Login.
Step 3: Click on the E-Learning button located in the top right corner of the screen.
Step 4: Type your username and password (same one you use for pipeline) in the appropriate boxes and click Login.
Step 5: Click on a course's title to view its online content.
For questions that deal with technical issues such as logging in, submitting assignments, taking quizzes or tests, uploading files, or just about any question that begins with "How do I..." please contact the E-Learning Help Desk support. They are available Mon.-Fri. from 8:00am until 3:00pm, and you can contact them via email at email@example.com, or by phone (501-279-5201).
If you have any questions that are course specific, such as you are unable to access your course (invisible or unavailable), you cannot find your course, you do not understand an assignment, an assignment isn't there or anything having to do with local course content please contact your instructor.
For questions that deal with course design such as how should I organize my course, what types of files should be put on Canvas or just about any question that deals with Canvas' potential as an educational tool, please contact E-Learning Development & Support. The hours they are available are listed on the right, and you can contact the Center for Learning with Technology at 501-279-5201.