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Canvas Basics

This workshop is an introduction to Canvas for new users. Topics in this session will include general navigation of the Canvas interface, content creation and organization, notifications and communication, and assignments (including quizzes, graded discussions, papers). The last 30 minutes will be dedicated to Q&A and an open lab session for you to start building your Canvas courses. If you wish to participate, please bring course documents and/or syllabi on a USB drive or bring your laptop.

Price: Free Event

Date: December 2, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 15

Turn your Blackboard Course into a Canvas Course

This workshop is designed for instructors who have experience with Blackboard but are new to Canvas and need to convert existing course content. Topics in this session will include: differences in terminology between Bb and Canvas, the course import tool for importing tests/quizzes/discussions, importing course files and documents, and when to start fresh: course organization, assignments, groups. Facilitated by: Alex Karklins, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 3, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 19

Canvas Basics

This workshop is an introduction to Canvas for new users. Topics in this session will include general navigation of the Canvas interface, content creation and organization, notifications and communication, and assignments (including quizzes, graded discussions, papers). The last 30 minutes will be dedicated to Q&A and an open lab session for you to start building your Canvas courses. If you wish to participate, please bring course documents and/or syllabi on a USB drive or bring your laptop.

Price: Free Event

Date: December 4, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 12

Quizzes, Assignments, and Grading in Canvas

This workshop will cover assignment creation and grading in Canvas. Topics in this session will include; assignment creation, the SpeedGrader, Gradebook and Assignment Groups, and peer review and Group assignments. Facilitated by: Alex Karklins, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 8, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 24

Turn your Blackboard Course into a Canvas Course (Online via Adobe Connect)

This online workshop is designed for instructors who have experience with Blackboard but are new to Canvas and need to convert existing course content. Topics in this session will include: differences in terminology between Bb and Canvas, the course import tool for importing tests/quizzes/discussions, importing course files and documents, and when to start fresh: course organization, assignments, groups. We will send you a link to the online meeting room and instructions prior to the session. Facilitated by: Alex Karklins, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 9, 2014

Available Spaces: 38

Canvas Basics (Online via Adobe Connect)

This workshop is an introduction to Canvas for new users. Topics in this session will include general navigation of the Canvas interface, content creation and organization, notifications and communication, and assignments (including quizzes, graded discussions, papers). We will send you a link to the online meeting room and instructions prior to the session.

Price: Free Event

Date: December 10, 2014

Available Spaces: 38

Turn your Blackboard Course into a Canvas Course

This workshop is designed for instructors who have experience with Blackboard but are new to Canvas and need to convert existing course content. Topics in this session will include: differences in terminology between Bb and Canvas, the course import tool for importing tests/quizzes/discussions, importing course files and documents, and when to start fresh: course organization, assignments, groups. Facilitated by: Alex Karklins, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 11, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 19

Why Quality Matters: Tips for Creating a Student-Friendly Canvas Course

This workshop is designed to show you how to easily organize and design your Canvas course to meet essential Quality Matters (QM) standards. We’ll look at DU Canvas courses that meet or exceed QM course design standards and improve ease of use for your students. Specific topics covered in this session include: Canvas course & DU syllabus templates, home page layout options, instructor & student introductions, and tips for embedding video into your course.

Facilitated by: Kathy Keairns, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 11, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 22

Quizzes, Assignments, and Grading in Canvas

This workshop will cover assignment creation and grading in Canvas. Topics in this session will include; assignment creation, the SpeedGrader, Gradebook and Assignment Groups, and peer review and Group assignments. Facilitated by: Alex Karklins, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 12, 2014

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 21

Why Quality Matters: Tips for Creating a Student-Friendly Canvas Course (Online via Adobe Connect)

This online workshop is designed to show you how to easily organize and design your Canvas course to meet essential Quality Matters (QM) standards. We’ll look at DU Canvas courses that meet or exceed QM course design standards and improve ease of use for your students. Specific topics covered in this session include: Canvas course & DU syllabus templates, home page layout options, instructor & student introductions, and tips for embedding video into your course. We will send you a link to the online meeting room and instructions prior to the session.

Facilitated by: Kathy Keairns, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: December 19, 2014

Available Spaces: 24

 

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