It is now possible to use Hypothesis, a free and open source collaborative annotation tool, in your Canvas course. You could use this for activities in which your students collaboratively comment or annotate web sites, documents, and other items. See this tutorial for how Hypothesis works, and here are some quick start guides for teachers […]
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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 […]
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 […]
The Unicheck plagiarism checker has been enabled in Canvas to allow instructors and students to check papers for similarity and originality. This video walks through how to enable the Unicheck option in Canvas assignments and how to access and interpret the reports that it generates. See also this handout on how to use Unicheck in Canvas that Amanda Molina […]
We have gotten some requests for how to make a Tabs Page in Canvas. If you are not sure what I am talking about, take a look at the Gif below. Basically, you can use tabs to… improve your course design by making your course more visually appealing and look more organized. avoid using […]
Building a course from scratch in Canvas (or any learning management system) can be very time consuming, and importing from Blackboard into Canvas may ultimately end up costing time after all the clean up work. Additionally, the new Rubric for Online Competencies (ROC) adds numerous standards for effective online course design & delivery, including a […]
We have had a few questions on how to add Gifs to the Course Cards in Canvas. Here is a link to the Canvas web page for the instructions, but we thought it might be fun to make some Gif’d Gif instructions so you can learn in a Giffy.
Does the Blackboard to Canvas transition have you tied up in knots? Are you looking to start right, but are not sure where to begin? Would you like some tips and tricks on how best to roll your Blackboard content to Canvas? Might we suggest… CANVAGE The Detangling Solution designed for faculty all tangled […]
In this month’s Five Things video we explore the five things you should know about your syllabus in Canvas.
The Circles team recently got a question on how best to delete rubrics in Canvas. The short video below demonstrates the process for you. If you would like to know more about managing rubrics in Canvas, this link can help too.
We have gotten a few questions on how to access the Canvas webinars that are available for faculty for PD credit. Here is a short video with instructions for how to access the webinars.
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 […]