How do I embed images from Canvas into the Rich Content Editor?
You can embed images from your personal files in Canvas into the Rich Content Editor. You can only embed images that have been previously uploaded to your personal or course files. However, as an instructor, you have the option to upload images to your course files using the content selector.
Open the Rich Content Editor
Open the Rich Content Editor using one of the Canvas features which support the Editor.
Choose Picture Icon
Click the Picture icon.
Open Course or Personal Files
You can choose to embed images located in your course files  or your personal files . As an instructor, you can embed any image from your files into the Rich Content Editor, even images that are in folders not visible to students.
If you would like to embed an image that is not yet uploaded, you can upload images into your Course Files using the content selector.
Note: When accessing course files, students will only be able to see images that are public to the entire course.
Select Image and Verify Attributes
Click the image you wish to embed .
The Attributes field will populate the Alt text , which is the name of the image, along with the image's default dimensions . Dimensions are referenced in pixels, width x height.
Change Attributes Image Dimensions
View Embedded Image
View your embedded image in the Rich Content Editor.
Edit Image Properties
When you edit an existing image, the URL tab will display the location of the Canvas image; however, the Canvas tab will still display the file. The attributes will remain the same across all tabs and can be edited as necessary.
If you want to replace your Canvas image, click the Canvas tab and locate another image.
Visually Resize Image
You can also use the handles around the image to visually change the image size. To do this, click the image, then hover over one of the white bounding boxes until your cursor becomes an arrow. Drag and resize the image. Please note that the image will always retain its aspect ratio as to not become distorted.