Posts Categorized: Video

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 […]

Kaltura Video Quizzing in Canvas

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Have you ever thought about making a video introduction to your online class? What if you could make the video and turn it into an auto-graded video quiz that would let you know that your students had watched it and learned from it. Or Perhaps you have Youtube Videos that you use in class. Would […]

Library Resources for Canvas

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Special thanks to Beth King, West Campus Librarian, for sharing these training videos which offer a variety of ways to enhance your Canvas courses with easy to use Library Resources. Creating a Library Menu Item in Canvas   Linking to a LibGuide in Canvas   Linking to a Kanopy or Swank Video in Canvas   […]

Fun with Screencasting

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Introduction to Screencasting A Screencast is a digital recording of a computer screen’s output. The screen recording is
 often synced with a voice over or a music track and then shared in a video format. A Screenshot, on the other hand, is a snapshot image of all or part of a computer screen’s output. Click […]

Pay It Forward with Pizza

Posted by & filed under Empathy, Humanities, Video.

I recall a humorous example of dangling modifiers that I saw years ago. “With one quick call, three pizzas saved the day!” How can pizza’s save the day? Well… This video shows just that. This touching video can make a great spark for empathy. Learn how a pizzeria owner solved a community issue of feeding the […]

Do You Have FMOOWMP?

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Special thanks to the team at ASU for putting together this humorous take on Office Hours. Do you or your students have FMOOWMP? Click here or watch the video below to learn more. After posting this, we got some feedback offering some interesting ideas for how to increase engagement and reduce FMOOWMP. Do you have […]

A New Perspective on Dance

Posted by & filed under Dance, Humanities, Video.

Special thanks to Dr. Suzanne Salapa and her dance students for sharing their talents with the Circles team. This morning we recorded some behind the scenes footage of a rehearsal for one of their upcoming performances. To learn more about upcoming dance events at Valencia, click here. The piece they are rehearsing is titled I Am with […]

Waffles and Remote Reality Teaching

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Special thanks to Andy Ray, West Campus Professor of Building Construction Technologies, for his help with this post. One of my favorite things to do in my current roll as a faculty fellow is to share new innovations with faculty. It is always amazing to me how many ideas can be generated from a quick, informal discussion. […]

Blue Energy

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Could fresh water boundaries be the future of energy? I read an interesting article this morning and just had to share. Long story short, researchers at the Ècole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) may have found a way to use osmosis at the boundaries of fresh and salt water to harvest power. Moreover, the EPFL is working with […]