Monthly Archives:: August 2018

Curriculum Builder

Posted by & filed under Library.

Special thanks to Beth King and the library team for sharing this video about Curriculum Builder, a tool that allows faculty & staff to create reading lists of library resources inside of Canvas. What a great tool to help us start a new semester! According to Beth: “It works best with databases produced by EBSCO, such as […]

Evidence-based Teaching Strategies in Canvas

Posted by & filed under Canvas, Education, metacognition, Online Learning.

Here is a resource in Canvas Commons with some examples of brief, research-based teaching strategies implemented in Canvas, such as: transparent assignments, minute papers, values affirmation, social belonging, goal setting, student testimonials, nudges, discussion protocols, wrappers, and midterm student feedback.   You can preview this resource here. Evidence-based teaching refers to teaching strategies and principles for which there […]

Bricks, Clicks and Teacher Tricks for Engaging Gen Z

Posted by & filed under Circles, Ideas.

Thank you for coming to my session today at the BJ Moore Center for Faculty Innovation. As I noted in the presentation,  this page is your outsourced memory for the session. Feel free to take any of these ideas and remix them and share them as you see fit. If you would like to contact me, please […]

Short Links to Canvas Resources

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Here are some quick & short links to various Canvas resources available to you, if you find them useful. And here’s a short link to a printable version of these short links 🙂 Canvas Start of the Semester Checklist Request a Canvas Sandbox Copy a Canvas Course Rubric for Online Competencies […]