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Canvas is here! If you’ve been putting off diving into Canvas this workshop will allow you to get started with just the basics that most of our teachers need. I'll slow down the pace and give you a solid foundation to setup your courses in Canvas.
This will be a hands-on course so please have your course shell or a Canvas Dev Shell to work in. You can request a Canvas development shell by:
The Assignment tool in Canvas is very versatile and can be used for a variety of purposes. I’ll cover some of the most notable differences from Blackboard’s Grade Center in the Canvas Grades tool or gradebook. In this workshop, we'll cover:
Andrea Dickens (ASU Lecturer and experienced Canvas teacher) and I will be hosting a session on using the Canvas Peer Review tool and share techniques that she has found useful when using this tool.
Screencast-O-Matic is screencasting and video editing software tool that can be launched directly from a browser or through an installable program. Screencast-O-Matic (SOM) has many more features than TechSmith Relay (the former ASU licensed software), you can define a portion of the screen to record, zoom in on the cursor, edit, and annotate the video. The only drawback to this change is that SOM does not have an automatic upload feature. Instead, you will manually upload your video files to MediaAMP or YouTube account. An important note, Relay videos are stored in MediaAMP or YouTube so there is no change to existing videos created through Relay.