Student Canvas and Technology

 Student CANVAS AND Technology

For Spring 2021, Canvas is the new learning management system at Lincoln University for delivering online, synchronous, asynchronous, or hybrid course materials. 

Getting Started With Canvas

Step 1: Review the Canvas resources below and/or review the Student Canvas Orientation video

Step 2: Complete the Passport to Canvas Student Orientation Course (on your Canvas dashboard)

Step 3: Contact a Canvas Student Ambassador or Canvas Coach for assistance (view the Canvas Help Options)

  Canvas Login Instructions

If you are logged into your Lincoln email account in Google Chrome or Firefox, when you go to https://lincolnu.instructure.com, you will automatically be logged into your Canvas account. If you are not logged into your email, follow these steps: 

  • Go to https://lincolnu.instructure.com
  • Pick your Lincoln University Microsoft account
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  • Enter your Lincoln University email password
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  • Click sign in
  • This is your personal Lincoln University Canvas Dashboard
  Canvas Help Options

 

  Canvas Student Resources
  Other Instructional Technology Resources
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Microsoft Office: Contact IT support - support@lincoln.edu
  • Turnitin
  • Internet Access: The University provides Internet access through its dorms, labs, and buildings. When off-campus, users must provide their own Internet access. If you experience Internet access issues in your dorm, lab, or building, contact IT support - support@lincoln.edu
  Tips for Success
To be successful in your online, synchronous, asynchronous, or hybrid course, basic computer skills are essential. For example, you should be able to:
  • Create, save, open, and close documents
  • Copy and paste text
  • Add attachments to emails or discussion board posts
  • Download attachments from emails or discussion board posts
  • Navigate to designated web pages

Do you need to increase your knowledge of college success skills, computer skills, Internet skills, and Microsoft Office basic skills?

  • The library database offers over 107 databases to assist you with your academic studies. Two of these databases focus specifically on these skills: College Success Skills and Basic Computer Skills. Contact a librarian for assistance via chat on the Langston Hughes Memorial Library database web page.
  Cengage Unlimited
student cengage registration

Students register only once with Cengage to set up their Cengage Unlimited account. Their Cengage resources will be available in Canvas.

  • Go to Cengage Log-in,  under “New Students - Create an account”
  • Enter your Lincoln email address and follow the instructions
Access Your Cengage Course Materials
  • If your class is using MindTap you will access your ebooks and materials within your Canvas course.
  • If your Math class is using WebAssign, you will receive a course code from your instructor.
  • Getting Started with MindTap: Follow this link for instructions about how to link your Cengage and Canvas accounts, enable popups, enroll in your Cengage course, and access your course materials.
  • Getting Started with WebAssign for Math Courses: Follow this link to set up your Cengage account and sign in, enable popups, enroll in your Cengage course, and access your course materials. You will access your WebAssign resources directly from Cengage and create an account only once. Review the How To Register for a WebAssign Class video.
Mobile App

The Cengage Mobile App will help keep you focused and ready to study whenever it’s convenient for you.

cengage training resources

Getting Started with Cengage Unlimited: This Cengage Unlimited web page provides information and instructions for students on MindTap, WebAssign, and more.

 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT 
  Student Support Resources