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  • After you log in to catalog, the catalog dashboard displays your enrolled courses by status. You can also access the catalog listings to enroll in additional courses or programs.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • If your course or program included a certificate, you can view and download the certificate when you have completed the course or program. Certificates are issued automatically upon completion and can be viewed at any time.

    Note: When you complete a course or program with a certificate, a link to the certificate will also be emailed to you.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I log in to my catalog account?

    You can log in to your catalog account from your catalog listing page. Before you can log in to Catalog, you must enroll in a course or program and complete your registration.

    If you are having trouble logging in to your account:

    • Verify you are using the URL to log in to your catalog account. This URL is part of your catalog registration email.
    • If you do not have a password, you must complete your registration for a course or program.
    • If you have forgotten your password, you can reset your password.
    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can begin a course or program in the In Progress tab of your dashboard. However, you cannot begin a course until the course start date. If your course is part of a program, you may be required to complete one course before beginning another.

    Note: If you enroll in a Catalog program, you must begin each course in Catalog. Canvas does not enroll you in a course or display the course in Canvas until you click the Begin Course button for each course requirement in the program.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    How do I use my institution's Catalog?

    Catalog courses and programs are easily searchable. You can use the Search field on the home page, or just browse the catalog listings.

    Note: The steps for searching and viewing a course or program listing are the same regardless of catalog design. Your catalog view may be customized for your institution.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • You can enroll in a course by viewing the details of the course listing. If you enroll in a course that requires payment, payment is required as part of the enrollment process.

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

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

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

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Updated on: May 09, 2022

    What is Canvas Catalog?

    Canvas Catalog is an elegant, all-in-one learning solution that includes a course catalog customized to your institution, course registration system, payment gateway, and learning platform. Canvas Catalog is native to Canvas, which allows you to publish any Canvas course in an attractive online catalog quickly and efficiently.

    For more information, visit the Canvas Catalog website.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • Catalog users (including users of Canvas Network) can drop courses or programs from the Catalog dashboard. You can only drop a course while it is in progress, which means the course is between the course start date and end date. Catalog users can also drop programs as well.

    Courses can only be dropped if you enrolled in the course through Catalog. If you were manually added to the course by an instructor, you will have to ask the instructor to remove you from the course.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • If your institution allows you to manage a catalog or subcatalog, you can view the catalog or subcatalog from the Catalog admin menu.

    Although your admin access may be limited to a specific catalog or subcatalog, Catalog functionality is the same as given to full Catalog admins.

    Manual Catalog Guide
  • When you sign up for Canvas Catalog, you must also have a Canvas Account. Your Canvas Account is the foundation for your catalog and houses all the courses that you create as part of your course or program listings.

    Catalog also uses the data within Canvas courses to determine the completion state of each catalog course or listing.

    Manual Catalog Guide