Visit go.wlu.edu/migrate to request up to 10 course or project sites migrated from Sakai into Canvas.
After migration, you must check your courses to ensure that they are set up properly. While the migration pathway from Sakai to Canvas is robust for Resources, Assignments, Forums, Tests & Quizzes, and Lessons, there are a number of items and settings that will not migrate over and will require positive action on your part in Canvas to correct or address.
You are also welcome to migrate your own course content from Sakai into Canvas at any time. The first step is creating a sandbox course in Canvas to host your migrated content. After that, you may follow these detailed migration instructions.
As always, Academic Technologies staff will also be available at any time for one-on-one faculty training, migration requests, and support sessions. Please contact Brandon or Helen directly (email@example.com or x8651; firstname.lastname@example.org or x4561) or via email@example.com to ask any Canvas questions or to request personal training.
Lastly, if you are totally unfamiliar with Canvas and need to get up to speed, mark your calendar for Canvas Academy, a special edition of Spring Academy focused entirely on Canvas, April 13-16, 2020. Get ready to say goodbye to Sakai and prepared to design and deliver your course in Canvas. All sessions meet in Parmly 302, but feel free to bring your laptop.