This hands-on workshop focuses on the basics of using Canvas. New or existing instructors will learn to:
- Set up global notifications
- Set up course navigation
- Upload a syllabus
- Add assignments to set up the grade book
- Organize course content under modules
Participants must have a Canvas account. If possible, please bring a digital copy of your course syllabus.
In this hands-on workshop, instructors will learn to
- Set up online assignments (document submission, discussions and quizzes).
- Grade assignments using Speedgrader.
- Set up and use the new Canvas Gradebook.
Participants who are teaching on-campus, blended or online courses will learn important assessment and grading features in Canvas during this workshop.
Do you have questions about your Fall 2018 Canvas course(s), i.e. gradebook, assignments or exams? Members of the eLearning team will provide assistance or troubleshooting for end-of-the semester questions. Register, if possible, but you are also welcome to walk in!
Get your course(s) ready in Canvas for Spring Semester 2019. Members of the eLearning team will assist with Canvas course set up tasks such as:
- · course copy and date adjustments;
- · cross-list course sections (merge);
- · run the Canvas Link Validator;
- simplify the course navigation with modules;
- · set up or revise the course gradebook (assignments);
- · update “getting started” components;
- · revise course Syllabus for accessibility.
- · Kaltura assistance also available.
Register, if possible, but you are also welcome to walk in!
Join this hands-on workshop for the latest tips and tricks to making Microsoft Word syllabi accessible to students and technology. During this workshop you’ll learn basics of accessibility in a digital environment and how to use Word’s built-in features to make your documents more readable, flexible, and ultimately accessible.Facilitators: Karla Aleman and Rachel Wagner
Locate feature, short and documentary films or educational videos using the Library’s new video streaming service. The facilitator will demonstrate how to access Kanopy and embed a video into Canvas.Facilitator: Chris Sheetz, Reference Librarian
In this hands-on workshop, faculty participants will learn to create video in Canvas using Kaltura. The facilitators will demonstrate how to install, capture, edit and publish video using Kaltura’s Capture Space Desktop Recorder within Canvas.
In this hands-on workshop, faculty participants will create interactive, video quizzes in Canvas using Kaltura. The facilitators will demonstrate how to add quiz questions to a video using Kaltura’s Video Quiz Editor and create a scored Canvas assignment with the video quiz.
In this hands-on workshop, faculty participants will create an assignment where students upload or capture video with Kaltura and submit to Canvas. The facilitators will provide student examples and instructions.
Have you tried to import quiz/test questions from a document directly into Canvas? The only option is to cut-and-paste! Respondus software will process a document with quiz/test questions and export the questions directly into Canvas as a quiz or question bank. Bring a digital copy of a document with quiz questions for this hands-on training.
SoftChalk allows instructors to create interactive activities and “lessons” that integrate with the Canvas gradebook. In this session, participants will set up their LCCC SoftChalk Cloud account and create a Crossword Puzzle and a Drag-N-Drop activity and link it to Canvas.
Mobile devices are welcome at all sessions.