Virtual Arkansas Services Offered
Step 1: Start the process by filling out the Hosted Canvas Consortium MOU Request form.
Step 2: We will send you the digital MOU. Complete the MOU and send it back to Virtual Arkansas.
Step 3: We setup your Canvas account so learning can begin.
The Virtual Arkansas Consortium is a collection of schools, districts, or other educational entities who desire to have full access to the Canvas Learning Management System. These organizations also have the ability to share course content and other educational material with others within the consortium, creating a giant virtual PLC! In addition, consortium members can opt in for access to the Virtual Arkansas Consortium Course Catalog, a collection of 80+ courses for 7th-12th grade students. This catalog will continue to grow with new courses added each year!
View these resources to see a comparison of all services offered by Virtual Arkansas.
We have a variety of course offerings depending on the service you choose.
VA Hosted + Content Consortium Course Catalog - 80+ shareable courses minus unit and semester assessments that your teachers can adapt along with their own content
Teacher Led - Full Course Catalog includes VA teacher and assessments
Content Only Course Catalog - 90% of our Full Course Catalog is available and includes assessments for YOUR teacher to utilize
To request more information email or call Mindy Looney firstname.lastname@example.org | 501.477.2781 Ms. Looney can help answer your questions and/or schedule you for a personalized informational and Q&A Zoom session.
Virtual Arkansas, your State Virtual School, is committed to supporting Arkansas students, teachers, and school districts as they make plans for the upcoming school year. We will continue to provide services and design and develop Arkansas courses, aligned to the Arkansas standards, for Arkansas students, by Arkansas subject matter experts. We are devoted to providing these services guided by our core values: students first, relationships, integrity, collaboration, innovation, and quality.
As your district begins planning on how to implement digital/blended learning into the local curriculum next year, Virtual Arkansas has options that will make the transition easier for the teachers and students. Virtual Arkansas wants to build capacity within districts to ensure that if another major event occurs, like the COVID-19 pandemic, both teachers and students have access to the 9 - 12 curricula that meet or exceed the Arkansas standards so that learning is not disrupted.