If you've received this error message when attempting to access a page, file, assignment, or anything of the like in your Canvas course... then know that you are not the only one experiencing this issue in your class! Most likely the content has not been published yet.
If possible, please report this to us [IT] immediately, and we can get in touch with the teaching team regarding the content.
Different content within Canvas can be organized and shared in different ways, either by using sections or groups within a Canvas site.
For instance, you could use sections to apply differentiated due dates for Section A and Section B, for a particular assignment or graded discussion. Groups also function in a similar manner in regards to group assignments.
For pages, unfortunately there isn't a way to enable/disable a page for a particular group/section of students within a course site. By design pages are intended to be visible to the entire site. In more niche...
HGSE students, should already have access to iPac readings within their respective Canvas courses. Other students who have a Harvard-affiliation will also be able to access iPac readings and other local Harvard/HGSE E-Resources as well.
Students that are cross-registering from outside of Harvard, who are looking to access iPac readings for a course will need to reach out to the course librarian at HGSE, and request access along
XID is short for eXtended ID. XIDs are typically created by the person who is seeking authentication access to any systems at Harvard. In this case for viewers like you, registering for an XID may be necessary to access Canvas.
Who needs an XID? Why would I need an XID?
If you are seeking early access to a course before your official paperwork has finished processing because class has already begun, registering for an XID as a temporary means of access to the course is a common workaround. This is...
However current students and alumni who are, or were members of a course with lecture videos, will have continued view-only access--provided that they have claimed their HarvardKey for authentication purposes.
Availability dates define when students are able to view assignments and when the last date and time to submit to an assignment is. Availability dates are not required, but may be useful in limiting access if desired.
Available From: The date and time for when assignments will become accessible by students.
Available Until: The date and time for when students can no longer submit to an assignment.
The Due Date defines the date and time when a submission to an assignment is considered late. If...