February 2020: Canvas & Zoom Webinars for Faculty (held at 7pm via your computer)
The VCCS eLET (e-Learning and educational technologies) committee has created a Canvas webinar series for faculty.
Each webinar will focus on a specific Canvas or edtech topic. These sessions will offer a few hands-on activities where participants can practice what they learn.
All webinars are from 7pm - 8pm
Increasing Assessment Functionality in New Quizzes
Monday, 2/17 |
Join us to discuss the additional questions and features of New Quizzes. See how visual content can be seamlessly added to your assessment, the question types only available in New Quizzes, and assessment settings only available in the new tool.
Using G Suite (Google) Tools in Canvas
Wednesday, 2/19 |
Come to this session to learn how to use G Suite Integration in Canvas. We will show you how to set up a Google Doc as your Syllabus, Google Sheets for Attendance, and Google Slides for presenting in Canvas. We will also show you how to connect your VCCS Google Drive with your Canvas Courses.
LMS Best Practices in All Modalities
Thursday, 2/20 |
ASAC and eLET collaborated and produced a document of what is recommended usage in Canvas for Face-to-Face, Hybrid, and Online courses. The session will start with the minimum recommendations for all courses and move to those that are completely online. We will look at adding an Announcement, Instructor Bio, Contact information and Office hours, and plan for interaction. We will also review the Syllabus tool and how to add one. The final minimum component is the Grades area. We will take a look at how grades can be added to Canvas for students to use to keep track of their progress. The remainder of the session will be the other recommended elements for hybrid and online courses.
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I will attend the following webinars at 7pm (via my computer)
- Increasing Assessment Functionality in New Quizzes February 18 (7pm)
- Using G Suite in Canvas February 19 (7pm)
- LMS Best Practices in Modalities February 20 (7pm)
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