Ashlee Espinosa demonstrates how to copy and re-use content from one course to another in Canvas; a real-time saving operation. This tutorial demonstrates the following: Importing one class into another class Importing a homepage from one class to another Importing modules or pages from one class to another
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Law professor Kirsten K. Davis, J.D., Ph.D., Director, Institute for the Advancement of Legal Communication at the Stetson University College of Law has created an archive of webinars to assist College of Law faculty as they transition their courses to online formats. Open the link below to access a collection of recorded webinars created as
This post contains content authored by Kevin Kelly, PhD, a specialist in online teaching and learning, and technology. His article appears on the “Phil on EdTech” website May 7, 2020, and provides a comprehensive overview of the process of designing and implementing a Hybrid course. Be forewarned, this article is lengthy, BUT WELL WORTH READING!
Teaching in-person allows for us to not only share physical space with our students, but emotional space as well. Teaching an online course necessarily creates a separation that can have a profound impact on both the teacher and students which can negatively impact learning. The speaker in this You Tube video focuses on considerations and
Creating a better OnLINe course: 7 tips for integrating both synchronous and asynchronous design strategies
The author of this article, Christopher Pappas, Founder of eLearning Industry’s Network, offers 7 tips for successfully integrating synchronous and asynchronous elements into an eLearning strategy so that you can offer a improved course for your students. https://elearningindustry.com/7-tips-create-effective-blended-elearning-strategy
This resource is provided by Dr. Ranjini Thaver, Director of the First Year Seminar Experience. The contents of the attached file provide an overview of the three discussions held between May 7th and 8th, 2020. For faculty who regularly teach an FSEM or those who will do so for the first time, these slides will provide
This resource was provided by Dr. Heather Evans-Anderson, Dept. of Health Sciences. It describes strategies for employing a range of options (e.g., group work, discussions, note taking, etc) to enhance student engagement. https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/2020/06/active-learning-in-hybrid-and-socially-distanced-classrooms/
This resource was provided by Dr. Bill Sause, Dept. of Business Systems and Analytics. It provides information on ‘hardening’ online exams/quizzes against cheating. Respondus is accessed via the ‘Course Management’ tool bar in Blackboard. Preparing an exam for use with Lockdown Browser and Respondus Monitor https://www.youtube.com/embed/7J1K8-R20ao?rel=0&autoplay=1 Instructor Quick Start Guide https://www.respondus.com/downloads/RLDB-QSG-Bb-Instructor-Ultra.pdf