Do you have a great idea for adding functionality to Canvas but need help implementing it?
Would you like existing systems to communicate with Canvas to share information and provide a seamless experience?
Are there parts of Canvas you'd like to modify to better fit your specific needs?
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Atomic Jolt offers 7 years of experience creating custom Canvas solutions and over 20 years of experience in software development. Our agile team consists of 20 developers, UX/UI experts, and system administrators. We have worked with numerous universities and understand the higher education environment. Our deep experience with the Canvas code base helps us efficiently craft an app tailored to you.
Atomic Jolt built Open Tapestry to help authors leverage and effectively adopt the vast quantity of high-quality, open license and access online content. While instructors know that good content is available on the web, there’s always the hassle of efficiently finding and managing high-quality resources, integrating them effectively, and complying with copyright law. Open Tapestry eliminates these problems and helps instructors have easy access to online content.
Utah Valley University
Utah Valley University's Nursing program wanted to move their student clinical evaluations from a paper-based approach to an online one. Because students and teachers already use Canvas, it was a natural process to customize it to manage student information. Atomic Jolt worked with the clinical director to understand the client’s needs and to design a custom-crafted solution that integrates seamlessly with Canvas. Now, the program retrieves instructor and student information and facilitates communication and reporting for clinical evaluations.
Utah State University
A Utah State University history professor approached Atomic Jolt with an innovative idea for helping students learn important facts about historical leaders. We designed a simple, yet engaging, learning application that includes a leaderboard and other game elements to motivate students to want to learn the facts. The program, Masters of History, is located conveniently in Canvas. When students complete the game, the application automatically places the students’ scores in the Canvas gradebook using LTI grade writeback.