CLIFTON, New Jersey, June 24, 2022 — Canva for Education, a favourite of both students and teachers, has teamed up with ClassLink to make its free creative and collaboration tool available in all schools. With the help of this new relationship, schools may quickly and easily connect students to Canva for Education so they can develop, distribute, and review interesting assignments. “Canva is passionate about making a crucial investment in the future of creativity in education, which has become a major global emphasis. We’re pleased to work with ClassLink in order to make it simple for school districts all across the world to begin using Canva in the classroom.” — Jason Wilmot, Canva’s head of education.
Rostering can now be automated to the Canva Platform for both ClassLink and non-ClassLink schools using Canva for Education. ClassLink Roster Server Lite, which manages rostering data using the OneRoster open data standard, is available to non-ClassLink schools. Canva is an online design tool with the goal of empowering everyone through design, while ClassLink equips teachers with the cutting-edge tools they need to fulfil the promise of educational technology. Students and instructors can discuss, design, and create more quickly and efficiently thanks to our collaboration with Canva for Education.
“Both ClassLink and Canva for Education are committed to empowering students and educators through creativity and collaboration, so their cooperation is a natural match. Through this relationship, we’re tremendously happy to deliver Canva for Education to creators in schools all around the country, proving our unwavering dedication to providing students with the top-notch resources they need to excel in school and beyond.” – Patrick Devanney, Senior Vice President of ClassLink’s Strategy and Partnerships