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In Canvas, the Attendance (Roll Call) tool allows instructors to record their students' attendance and automatically adds a "Roll Call Attendance" column to the Gradebook.

If you do not see the attendance tool in your course it may have been hidden on the course menu. To add a hidden tool to your course navigation menu, see How do I manage Course Navigation links?

For details on enabling and using this tool, consult the Attendance (Roll Call) guides in the Canvas Guides.
This article provides instructions on how to import a Canvas course template into an empty course or sandbox.
How do I use the Accessibility Checker in the Rich Content Editor of Canvas?
In canvas, the Rich Content Editor (RCE) is the area used for editing text. It typically includes a toolbar and formatting options grouped by common icons and interactions.
This article provided instructions on how to copy content from one course to another within Canvas.
Top ten things faculty should know in Canvas.
Top ten things students should know in Canvas.
You can add Google files to your Canvas course in one of two ways: link to the Google file or embed the file using the Google Assignments learning tool.
Using the Free Canvas Course Sites at SJU

A guide for using the Free Teacher and Student Accounts for non-credit or community-centered courses for students who do not have Saint Joseph’s University Accounts.
To reset or disable the new quiz option in a course, the faculty member will need to go to the course link for Settings.  Then the "Features" Tab and click the green check box next to New Quizzes.  Turning off New quizzes at the course level will override the ability to create quizzes of the "New Quiz" type in that course.  It will not impact existing quizzes "New" or "Classic."
New Quizzes is an assessment engine that integrates with Canvas as an LTI tool and replaces the classic quizzes functionality currently existing in Canvas.

Instructors can use New Quizzes to create assessments using a variety of questions types. New Quizzes assessments display as assignments in the Assignments page and can be duplicated. Students can take New Quizzes assessments within their Canvas courses.