Guests at InstructureCon 2014 review selfies after joining forces with Superman, Spiderman, Wolverine and more to celebrate the conference theme “Calling All Heroes.”
Conference participants don cowboy hats, giant sunglasses, magician’s hats, and swords to create fun flipbooks as souvenirs of the InstructureCon experience.
Cardboard cut-outs featuring Canvas employees as superheroes directed attendees to sessions at the Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah.
Pro skaters and BMXers provided entertainment to onlookers during Canvaspalooza at the Pavilion at the Canyons Resort.
Convention goers enjoyed festival food such as pizza, kebabs, and brats while canvassing the Pavilion. A variety of activities, including watching pro skaters, kept the crowd entertained.
Sweet treats including red velvet, strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate cupcakes delighted those with a sweet tooth at Canvaspalooza.
The drum bus supplied a creative outlet for techies after a long day of sessions in conference rooms.
Canvas training emphasized badges for mastery learning. Conference goers earned badges in numerous ways, including having a photo taken with the Canvas Panda.
Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration, addresses the crowd on the economic impact of education from pre-school through college.
Canvas, a learning management system used by educators from K-12 and higher ed institutions, hosted InstructureCon 2014 at the Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah June 17-June 19.
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