Canvas offers multiple help options that can be accessed directly from the Dashboard in the Help Menu.
There may be multiple reasons why a student cannot access a published quiz; you might have an Available Until date set, or they might have already used up their allowed attempts.
How to customize courses on your Canvas Dashboard
Many faculty want to receive an emailed copy of messages they send out to students. You can turn this feature on and off from the Notifications settings in your Canvas Account area.
Account level notifications apply to all your courses.
If you want your students to be able to track their progress in your course, Canvas allows you to set up requirements in your modules.
Faculty can set up a “drop-box” style Assignment so that students may turn in a Google Doc or Drive file as their submission.
When you create a new Discussion in your course you are subscribed to it automatically. Being subscribed to a Discussion forum means being notified every time there is a new post added to the forum.
If you try to upload files and are not able to do so, you may have reached your storage limit. Your Canvas course has 1GB of file storage space, plenty of room for lots of files; however, a few very large files may easily fill your course quota pretty fast.
How do I “turn in” Midterm grades?
Faculty are required to turn in midterm grades in MyMCAD. MyMCAD does not interface directly with Canvas; that means that grades must be entered separately in each system. Midterm grades are required in MyMCA
If you are wondering why students cannot see a resource page or a graded assignment in your course, it could be that these items aren't yet Published to students.