What are Pages?

Pages are where you can put content and educational resources that are part of your course but don’t necessarily belong in an assignment, or that you want to refer to in multiple assignments. This is a place where you can include text, video, and links to your files. You can even make links to other pages. Pages are essentially wikis with a more usable interface, and you can set specific user access for each page. Canvas keeps the entire history of the page so you can see how it changes over time.

If you are not using Draft State, view an archived version of this lesson. You can also view a PDF of all archived lessons in Pages.

View Pages

View Pages

Click the Pages link.

View All Pages

View All Pages

To view the Pages Index from the Front Page or any individual page, click the View All Pages button.

Edit or Create Pages

Edit or Create Pages

You can create a new page [1] with text, images, media, links, and/or other files. Or you can edit a page [2] to create links to other parts of your course. You can put Pages into Modules for students to view.

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