19 Canva Tutorials for Teachers and Students – Certificates, Comics, and More!

I’ve been using Canva to make all kinds of graphics and presentations almost since the day it was first available to the public. Over the years I’ve used to make greeting cards, videos, infographics, presentations, posters, timelines, comics, and many other graphics. And, at one point or another in the last five years, I’ve made videos about how to make all of those graphics. In not particular order, here’s my complete list of Canva tutorials for teachers and students. 

How to Create a Timeline on Canva

How to Create Collages on Canva

How to Create a Greeting Card on Canva

How to Use Canva to Create Social Media Graphics

Host Live Q&A in Canva Presentations

How to Customize Icons in Canva

How to Create & Publish Comics in Canva

How to Record a Video Presentation in Canva

How to Use Canva for Online Brainstorming Sessions

How to Create an Audio Slideshow Video With Canva

How to Publish Canva Designs as Websites

How to Create and Publish a Multimedia Poster With Canva

How to Make an Interactive Graphic With Canva

How to Create a Video With Canva

How to Create a Great Presentation With Canva

How to Make Your Font Stand Out in Canva

How to Create a Certificate in Canva

How to Use Canva to Create Webpages

How to Collaborate in Canva


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Author: Accomplishly

I'm a freelance journalist and creative writer who immensely enjoys writing and researching into any topic. I offer high quality content writing services. I've participated in a number of projects, and have experience writing for different platforms. It's so interesting to hear the creative ideas that people have, and I find it so rewarding to give a voice to those brainstorms!

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