Co-curricular or community sites can include orientations, program networking sites, and non-credit modules to supplement academic work. Co-curricular (i.e., community) sites are limited to JHU learners who have a JHED. If you are interested in setting up a community site, contact your divisional teaching and learning center for more information. You can also request a community site through Canvas if you are faculty or staff:
- Log into Canvas.
- Select the Help button on the global navigation menu.
- Choose Request a Community Site or Course Shell – Faculty, staff, and admins with a JHED can request community sites, sandboxes, and staging shells for future courses.
- Fill out the required fields and press submit.
- Your division will review your request and email you when it is approved.
Self-Enroll for JHED Users
In co-curricular courses that manage a large number of users, we have options to help make enrollment easier. In some cases, a link can be provided to a course so that learners with a JHED can enroll themselves. Talk to your division about self-enroll and other options that might be right for your offerings. If you are looking to have external, non-JHED learners enroll, learn more about the non-degree non-credit application process.
Managing Dates and Access for CO Courses
While academic course dates are automatically set by SIS and Canvas, non-academic courses can have customized course dates to determine when learners can access them. Review the Setting Dates and Access for Non-Academic Courses page for more information.