Tool Guides

Ready to jump in and use a particular tool? Read the instructor guides to find useful instructions and tips for integrating UBC’s learning technology tools into your course.

Highly-Used Tools

What is Canvas?

Canvas is UBC’s primary learning platform for delivering online course content. In Canvas, you can share materials (text or multimedia), enable student collaboration and discussion, manage assignments and quizzes, and assign grades. Canvas can also be used with many other UBC learning technologies.

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What is Collaborate Ultra?

Collaborate Ultra is a ​video/audio web-conferencing and collaboration tool in Canvas that lets you meet with students in real time for activities like lectures, presentations, and office hours.

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What are UBC Blogs?

UBC Blogs provide interactive websites where instructors and students can create content individually or collaboratively, resulting in outcomes like a course repository, a group blog, or a peer review space.

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What is UBC Wiki?

The UBC Wiki is an online space for collaborative writing powered by the same platform as Wikipedia, where content can be created, viewed, and edited by any person who logs in with a UBC CWL (Campus-Wide Login).

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What is Zoom?

Zoom is a ​video/audio web-conferencing and collaboration tool that lets you meet with students in real time for activities like lectures, presentations, and office hours.

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