Posts Categorized: Online Learning

How Ready are You to Teach Online in Canvas?

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Are you prepared to teach online courses in Canvas?  Take this Canvas Online Teaching Readiness Self-Assessment to see for yourself.  At the end of the survey, you’ll receive links to resources related to each of the questions.  This survey is being used in the Boot Camp for Online Instruction PD course.  You can also download and import […]

Evidence-based Teaching Strategies in Canvas

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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 […]

How to Fix and Prevent Accessibility Issues in Your Canvas Course

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Below are some tips for fixing accessibility issues in Canvas after the fact, followed by tips for preventing issues from arising in the first place.   You can learn more about accessibility & universal design at webaim.org & cast.org. A short link to a handout version of this resource is at: bit.ly/canvasaccessibility How to Fix Accessibility Issues […]

The ROC: Rubric for Online Competencies

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Short link to this page: http://bit.ly/valenciaroc Valencia’s Canvas transition team is hard at work making materials to aid faculty with the transition. Recently, Liza Schellpfeffer was kind enough to share the most current version of the Rubric for Online Competencies (ROC). This page contains links to the Printable PDF versions of the ROC, the 1 […]