Khan2Canvas works with a Google Spreadsheet. The spreadsheet cannot be downloaded and opened in any other program. Khan2Canvas can only be used online, in Google Sheets.
Yes, Khan2Canvas can read and send data to a cross listed course on Canvas. However, assignments from Canvas used in Khan2Canvas must be assigned to all sections of the cross listed course. Furthermore, if you want to keep your Khan Academy classes separate, you can specify up to eight Khan Academy classes for Khan2Canvas to read in reports for. Note that when importing data, you must include reports for all Khan Academy classes you have specified otherwise scores will be missing for classes for which no report was uploaded.
During the setup process, Khan2Canvas will erase all of the data in whatever spreadsheet it is being used in and replace it with three sheets that are necessary for it to function. When setting up Khan2Canvas, you should do so in a blank spreadsheet.
Yes. It is recommended to have one spreadsheet per class/course/group unless you have cross listed courses on Canvas. All of your Khan2Canvas spreadsheets can exist in the same folder. Doing so will simplify uploading Khan Academy reports and keeps them in a centralized location.
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