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What is Canvas?

The teaching and learning software.
Canvas is a tool in the E-Learning category of a tech stack.

Who uses Canvas?

6 companies reportedly use Canvas in their tech stacks, including Capabilia, barista, and LaunchCode.

34 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Canvas.

Canvas's Features

  • Create content such as assignments, quizzes, discussions, and video conferences
  • Integrate with third-party applications

Canvas Alternatives & Comparisons

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