Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Learning Management Information System Canvas at Sacred Heart Junior College


  • Soraida Polanco University of Belize
  • Geysser Portillo University of Belize
  • Mahalia Reneau University of Belize
  • Margarita Perez University of Belize
  • Rhea Riverol University of Belize
  • Tyrique Dawson University of Belize


Learning Management System, CANVAS, Lecturers, Task Technology Fit


The machine-controlled method of learning and interacting with students bids a lot of benefits which will be accomplished through completely different systems. Among them, the foremost widespread approach is the use of a learning management system, Canvas, the world's most reliable LMS, a platform being introduced in universities across the globe. This analysis aims to look if Canvas is a task technology fit, what consequences are expected, the impact of the LMS use, and the consumerization attitude towards the usage of Canvas. A total of 30 instructors at Sacred Heart Junior College teaching completely different courses and are exposed to the utilization of Canvas participated during this study. The results of this study encourage lecturers to maximize the utilization of technology. Important results and data were conjointly obtained for instructors on the way to improve effective usage of the system.