Pages are where you can put content and educational resources that do not fit well in an assessment (e.g., an assignment, quiz or graded discussion). This is a place where you can include text, video, and links to your files. You can even make links to other pages. If you’ve ever used a wiki, pages are essentially wikis with a more usable interface. Canvas also keeps the entire history of the page so you can see how it changes over time.
In this Challenge, build a Unit Overview Page. Include basic information introducing the unit and embed a media comment somewhere on the page. Some tips for items to include on the page are:
Introduction to the unit (background context, what the unit will cover, links to other resources in or outside of the course, files, images, media)
In addition to this task, visit the Challenge Q&A Discussion and post a response to one of the following topics: 1) A question you have about creating pages, 2) Collaboration ideas for using wiki pages that are editable by students, 3) Tips for using pages to provide meaningful content and educational resources.
For more help, click on the below links to access step-by-step instructions in the Canvas Guides.