Digital Teaching & Learning Blog
As the end of the semester approaches, there are several important items to be aware of and prepare with your canvas course. They include:
- Preparing Grades for PeopleSoft
- Grades that require manual input in PeopleSoft
- Student Access to Canvas Course After the End of the Semester
Web annotation tools are a great way to get your students to interact with web pages, text documents, PDFs, images or videos. These types of programs allow for deeper engagement with course readings and can lead to more insightful class discussions. Using annotation tools in your course will push your students to reflect more on course content.
Here are some annotation tools available to you:
Do you still have courses on Moodle that need to be moved to Canvas? LATIS is now accepting course migration requests for Summer and Fall 2019! Please submit your courses by filling out the migration request form and we will get them back to you as timely as possible.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a consultation with a LATIS academic technologist, please email us at email@example.com.
Fully online courses require more set-up of Canvas site prior to the start of class. The payoff is having a site that requires minimal maintenance throughout the semester and lets you focus on the fun part: teaching!
This post details a sure-fire design that will make it so you spend LESS or NO time fielding the student question, “What are we supposed to do this week?” so you can spend your time teaching content. Here’s how:
If you use the Roll Call Attendance tool in your Canvas course, you may need to guide students to show them how to view their attendance records. Here’s how:
Looking for a way to host more interactive discussions in your class? You may have heard of Flipgrid, an online video discussion platform, that is available to use in your Canvas courses. Canvas recently launched the Flipgrid LTI integration tool, which makes it even easier to sync your Flipgrid account to your Canvas site. Continue reading to learn how to use the Flipgrid LTI.
For more information, read through our previous blog post on Flipgrid basics and how to set up an account.
The beginning of the semester is a busy time, so here are some tips to help get your Canvas site ready without stress.
Canvas makes it very easy to copy course content from one semester to the next. Follow these step-by-step instructions to import existing Canvas content.
Are you an instructor looking for Canvas help? LATIS has set up open office hours for the upcoming Spring semester to answer all your Canvas-related questions.
There is no sign-up needed -- just show up with your questions! Find the time that works best for you: