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    If you're an educator or student at a school that uses Canvas, search for your school here and tap the link to access the login page. Search School/District If You Have a Free Canvas Account…

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    Canvas Access. Canvas is JSU's official Learning Management System (LMS). Current faculty, staff, and students may access Canvas at any time. Students gain access to Canvas courses on the first day of each semester as indicated by the JSU Academic Calendar. Go to the Canvas login page:

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    "Canvas One Pager" (pdf file below) Canvas login information for both teachers and students, links to instructions for downloading the Canvas app on your mobile device, and more. DCPS Tech Support - Call the DCPS Technology Hotline: 202.442.5885. Hours: 7 am - 5:30 pm.

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    Amalie Rothschild. Amalie Rothschild (1916–2001) was an American artist who lived and worked within the art community of Baltimore, Maryland. An accomplished painter and sculptor, she was also an art teacher, philanthropist, patron, and cultural advocate. Over the course of a long career, she made oil and acrylic paintings as well as drawings ...

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    Gladys Goldstein (1918–2010) was an American artist who lived and worked within the art community of Baltimore, Maryland.Having begun as a representational artist specializing in portraits, she achieved recognition first for abstractions that were clearly based on natural forms and later for abstractions whose origin in natural forms was imperceptible.