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Category: Beyond Basics

“Where’s my course?”

A common question we get from instructors is “Where’s my course?” so I’d like to explain how courses make their way to Canvas, some...
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EdTech Teaching Fellows Program

This year, we’re building on Canvas. To support creativity and innovation in teaching and learning through the incorporation of educational technologies as part of the...
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Putting IT To Use: One Button Studio

Since the MMLC has been in the Library, we’ve really been taking advantage of our proximity to our peers. I thought I would start...
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Animation Workshop

Last week, Faculty Support Services (FSS) and Advanced Media Production Studio (AMPS) partnered to lead a student-centered introductory workshop about using videos and animations...
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Online Workshops from TurningPoint

TurningPoint is offering many workshops in the month of February on Anywhere Polling, PowerPoint Polling, and Self-Paced Polling. If you’re curious about how you...
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Three Things You Need to Know About Yellowdig

Daniel A. Gruber, Ph.D. Yellowdig is available as part of a campus-wide pilot for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.  It is a teaching and learning...
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Copying Your Course for Winter Quarter

(This is a quarterly re-post of an earlier article on importing a course from a previous quarter into your new course shell in Canvas.)...
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Add Video to Your Winter Class with Arc

If you already use video in your courses or you have been thinking about experimenting with video assignments as you plan your next class,...
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The One Button Studio

The One Button Studio is open as of November 30, 2015 and is located in 1 South of the Northwestern Library. It is free...
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Staying in Touch: Canvas Announcements and Inbox/Conversations

As technology continues to expand the walls of the classroom, staying connected is crucial for faculty and students.  Canvas offers two options for achieving...
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