Recent Updates

  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I view catalog reports?

    You can view all reports in Canvas Catalog on the Reports page. The Reports page shows an overview of all catalog enrollments, revenue, and discounts for each account. You can also view enrollment details for a specific account.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can create a course certificate on a course-by-course basis. When created, certificates are automatically issued to students when they have completed a modules-based course. You can add a pre-designed template or create a custom template from HTML/CSS.

    Note: Courses can only be identified as complete if the courses include modules. Learn how Catalog works with Canvas.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I add a catalog course listing?

    You can create a course listing in Canvas Catalog using any existing course in your Canvas account.

    Note: Catalog course listings are linked to their associated Canvas courses. If you want to add a course that is not yet created in Canvas, you must create the Canvas course before you can create the course listing.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Canvas Catalog lets you add cascading style sheet (CSS), JavaScript (JS), or Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) files to apply to all pages in your catalogs. You can copy the source code directly into the fields, or you can paste the URL to the external file. Host your files on a secure site, otherwise they may break when trying to load. HTML/CSS can also be used to customize a program certificate or course certificate.

    You can also upload a catalog header logo and catalog badge logo, as well as a browser favicon. For details and specifications, please view the Canvas Catalog Logo Guidelines PDF.

     

    Note: Unless a subaccount specifies its own logo/favicon, logos/favicons uploaded in the parent account apply to all sub-accounts.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can enroll in a program by viewing the details of the program listing. Some programs may allow you to enroll in one course requirement at a time. If you enroll in a program that requires payment, payment is required as part of the enrollment process.

    When you have completed your program enrollment, you can view and begin the program in your Catalog Dashboard.

    If you have never enrolled in a program with your institution, you will need to complete your registration before you can begin the program.

    Note: Depending how your institution has set up their enrollment process, you may see additional enrollment fields.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • If you want to enroll in a listing but enrollment is closed, you may be able to add your name to a wait list and be automatically enrolled if a spot opens. You can remove yourself from the wait list at any time.

    Spots can become available if a student drops a course or program, or if an administrator increases the enrollment limit.

    You can manage your wait list courses or programs from the catalog dashboard.

    Note: You must have a Catalog account to add your name to the wait list for a course or program. You may be asked to create an account if you are not already logged in.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • If you want to enroll in a listing but enrollment is closed, you may be able to add your name to a wait list and be automatically enrolled if a spot opens. You can remove yourself from the wait list at any time. When a spot is available in a course or program, you will be notified by email.

    Spots can become available if a student drops a course or program, or if an administrator increases the enrollment limit.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Manual Catalog Guide
  • In Catalog, you can view a transcript of all your enrollment information as displayed in your In Progress and Completed Catalog tabs. If a program has multiple programs, the transcript only shows the first subprogram.

    Programs count as one item; no course requirements are included in the total enrollment count. If an enrolled date is not set, the course has not been started or the enrollment date is unavailable. Transcripts also display credits earned as well as credits available to earn (when an enrollment is completed).

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • If you do not yet have a Canvas account for your institution's catalog site, you will need to complete your registration to create a password and log in to catalog. You will not be able to begin a course or program until you have completed your registration.

    Manual Catalog Guide