Over the last year, CSULB has been slowly migrating its class portal software from Beachboard to Canvas. Here is a systematic look at some features lost by making the switch.
The ESL language and writing tutoring services works with students on their academic journey, giving the students the ability to proficiently communicate in English.
Long Beach State continues its transition to Canvas from the longtime use of D2L BeachBoard.
Cal State Long Beach officials announced plans to switch from the Desire 2 Learn learning management system to Canvas.
Following the decision to cancel face-to-face instruction, here’s what the university is doing to make the transition.
Single Sign-On reportedly went down around 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Information Technology is working on fixing the log-in issues.
The first week at Long Beach State saw an array of Beachboard malfunctions and crashes, but the university’s technology officials seemed to have finally found a solution to the problems. According to Shawna Dark, associate vice president of Academic Technology, the deleted Beachboard content was caused by user errors during[Read More…]
Students and professors scrambled to access their classes and syllabi for the first few hours of fall semester as Beachboard experienced interruptions Monday. The site had inconsistent availability through campus networks by early evening. Since 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Beachboard services are back up. According to the the office of Min[Read More…]
Students logging onto Beachboard may have noticed a small change in the website’s interface last week. Academic technology services replaced the “LB” with “CSULB” logo in the top left corner of the website March 5, bolding the last two letters of the acronym, CSULB. The Long Beach State modified old-English[Read More…]
After Cal State Long Beach announced in October of last year that officials would be revamping BeachBoard, students were expecting much more than they received. BeachBoard has been the website students have been going to get and turn in assignments for six years, according to university director of academic technologies[Read More…]