Washington University to transition to Canvas by fall 2019

Washington University will fully transition from Blackboard to Canvas by the fall 2019 semester.

Grace Stohr | Contributing Reporter

Staff Editorial: University requires a single-system solution

Switching to Canvas is an improvement as far as medium goes; however, things will not get better unless teachers learn how to use the new system and begin to post grades.

Counterpoint: Blackboard is fine, move on

So, Blackboard is pretty decent. Look, it’s so friendly—the homepage tab is titled “Welcome, Sean.”

| Staff Writer

Point: It’s time to trash Blackboard

As the outgoing senior Forum editor, I’ve got one more fight to pick. It’s something every student at Wash. U. has in common, and as you’ve probably noticed, our course management system is in pretty bad shape.

| Senior Forum Editor

Blackboard system to replace Telesis

By the spring of 2012, Washington University will no longer be using Telesis. Starting next fall, the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Engineering & Applied Science and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts will begin to transition from Telesis to Blackboard—a third-party software currently used by the Olin Business School and the George Brown School of Social Work.

| Senior News Editor

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