Schools & Districts NEW: CommonLit Now Integrates with Canvas
Learn about the benefits of this powerful LMS integration and how you can unlock it for your team.
At CommonLit, we’re committed to ensuring that our award-winning digital literacy program is as accessible and easy to use as possible. That is why we’re proud to announce that we are offering a Canvas integration for SY 22–23!
In this blog post, we’ll explain everything you need to know about how the integration works and how your team can unlock it.
The Benefits of CommonLit’s Canvas Integration
Easy Rostering to Save Teachers' Time
With CommonLit’s Canvas integration, teachers can seamlessly set up their digital classes on CommonLit. When teachers log into CommonLit, they will be prompted to import their class rosters from Canvas.
Completing Lessons in Canvas
Another way that CommonLit’s Canvas integration saves teachers time is by allowing teachers to directly post any CommonLit lesson to Canvas for their students.
Here’s how this works:
Teachers will go to CommonLit and choose the lesson or assessment that they want to assign to their students. Once they have created an assignment on CommonLit, they’ll have the option to link the assignment to Canvas.
From there, students will be able to complete their CommonLit assignment directly from their Canvas account. Students will still be able to use all of CommonLit’s great interactive features, such as our Read Aloud and Translation tools, directly in Canvas!
Posting CommonLit Scores on Canvas
Finally, with CommonLit’s Canvas integration, teachers have the option to send grades from CommonLit to their Canvas grade book. Teachers will also have the ability to customize the weight of an assignment and can choose the number of points that students earn for their CommonLit work!
To see how the whole integration works, check out the video below:
Unlocking Access to CommonLit’s Canvas Integration
CommonLit’s Canvas integration is available through CommonLit School Essentials PRO. This affordable package costs just $3,250 per school per year and it includes everything a school or district needs to successfully roll out CommonLit’s complete literacy program. The package includes:
- Rostering support via Clever, ClassLink, or Google Classroom
- Access to CommonLit’s Professional Development Portal (60+ self-paced modules),
- Access to CommonLit’s Assessment Series (3 benchmarks),
- Access to premium administrator data tracking tools, and
- Priority customer support from a CommonLit account manager