What’s New


New Resources
Teaching with Video is a self-paced resource showing you when and how to include instructional video in your classes.
Designing Accessible Canvas Courses will help you design your course to meet the needs of all students. 

Poll Everywhere now available at Emory
We are excited to announce the new license for all Emory students, faculty, and staff. Learn more

Contact Support


To reset your password, or for help with accessing Canvas, click here or call 404-727-7777

For 24/7 vendor support, consult the Help menu within Canvas for phone, email and chat options.

For local Emory support:

Training Calendar
Learn more:

Learn how to use Canvas, find policies and procedures, and get information about Canvas features and tools


Keep Teaching with Canvas: a guide for remote instruction

Digital Matters: a blog about teaching with technology

Creating Accessible Canvas Content: guidelines for accessibility

Instructional technology design and support:

Copyright Notice


If you’re interested in posting content (journal articles, book chapters, multimedia, etc.) for which you do not own the copyright, please work through the Course Reserves system, and library staff will assist you with permissions, fair use, public domain, and other issues. It is a university requirement that copyrighted content for course reserves be managed through the Course Reserves system. You and your students can access reserves content from within your Canvas course under “Library Course Reserves.” Contact the Reserves staff by sending an e-mail to reserves@emory.edu. For more information on the use of copyrighted material, please see the Emory Libraries copyright policies.