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Learning Management System

Learning Management System Texas A&M University Learning Management System


Texas A&M University provides two learning technologies to help you integrate large files and multimedia assets; and create collaborative spaces to enhance the student experience within your course.

Adding files, media, and other external resources to cloud-based storage options, including Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365, and Mediasite, can benefit the student experience in many ways. Using cloud-storage solutions offers more flexibility for how and when students access course resources. This allows students to concentrate more on the resources offered to enhance learning rather than the technical issues that may become barriers to access. 

Storage Capacity at a Glance


Course file quota: 1GB


2 GB 

Google Drive


Microsoft Office 365

5 TB

Teaching and Learning


Mediasite is Texas A&M University’s standardized streaming media system that provides either public or private access to video and audio content. Mediasite integrates with Canvas.

The primary objective of the project is to replace the VPR-IT’s MediaMatrix system, which will be decommissioned, with Mediasite for all relevant existing and future academic streaming media content. 

Mediasite in Canvas

Google Drive

Google Drive is integrated into Canvas at TAMU. All users can authorize their Google Drive accounts for access within Canvas assignments. 

Google Drive in Canvas

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 is integrated into Canvas at TAMU. All users can authorize their Microsoft Office 365 accounts for access within Canvas assignments.