- A content-creation web-based tool that allows users to design presentations, social media graphics, posters, book covers, business cards, and more.
- Canva can be used to create a variety of images, including event flyers, resumes, cards, certificates, and infographics. Users can also edit videos via Canva.
- Canva provides access to a wide variety of background colours, premade designs, font styles, graphics, and photographs.
- Users can create engaging infographics to increase participation in program activities and provide an exciting way to deliver educational materials and messages to participants.
- Students to design posters to showcase their knowledge in a visual way. They can share view or edit access with others.
|Editing a video|
|Sharing view or edit access with others by email addresses.|
Literature and other sources
- Bondarenko, O. V., Pakhomova, O. V., & Zaselskiy, V. I. (2019). The use of cloud technologies when studying geography by higher school students. arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.04377.
- Klug, B., & Williams, U. (2016). Canva. The Charleston Advisor, 17(4), 13-16.
- Kolesnikov, A. M., Lomachenko, T. I., Kokodey, T. A., Khitushchenko, V. V., & Mihailov, Y. I. (2019, January). A strategy of visualization and interactive support for university level educational digitalization. In 2019 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EIConRus) (pp. 1412-1414). IEEE.
- O’Neill, B. (2019). Ten Tools for Creating Attention-Getting Social Media Messages. Journal of Extension, 57(2), n2.
- Zielezinski, M. B. (2017). Promising Practices for Education Technology. American Educator, 41(2), 38-39.
- Niebaum, K., Cunningham-Sabo, L., Carroll, J., & Bellows, L. (2015). Infographics: An Innovative Tool to Capture Consumers’ Attention. Journal of extension, 53(6), n6.