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How Do I Log in to Canvas?
Follow these steps to access Canvas. The user ID and password information is the same whether you are using Canvas via a web browser or using it via one of the Canvas apps.
- Go to https://moody.instructure.com. This will take you to a Microsoft page (which is the system Moody uses to give permission to enter the site). Type in your Moody email address.
- Next, you will be directed to a Moody login page; you are on the correct page if you see a picture of the Moody clocktower.
- Use the following format to log in:
Username = email@example.com
For many users, their Moody username (used to log into myMoody or Blackboard) is first initial, last name; someone with an even more common name might have first initial, last name, plus a number as a username (e.g., jsmith or hjones3). So, for Canvas, jsmith would be firstname.lastname@example.org and hjones3 would be email@example.com. Be sure you are using this shorter version of your email address and not your longer one (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org)
Password = your regular Moody password
Now you should be on the Canvas homepage. Your courses will be represented by "tiles."
Click here to see the status of the Canvas system (system status possibilities include operational, degraded performance, partial outage, major outage, and maintenance). Information about past outages is also listed.
Click here to see which browsers work with Canvas. (Keep in mind that Flash and Respondus Lockdown Browser, which are included in the listing, both work within other applications and shouldn't be considered as a typical browser you would install on your computer.)
Supported File Types
|Faculty Helps||Student Helps||Canvas Community|
Canvas Mobile Apps
|Canvas Mobile Teacher Guides||Canvas Mobile Student Guides|
Blackboard to Canvas: Terminology Comparison
One difference between Canvas and Blackboard is the terminology used to define different processes and functionality. Click here to see a comparison of terminology between Blackboard and Canvas. Click here to see a complete list of terms used in Canvas.