Starting with a Fresh Canvas (2 hrs)
This workshop covers how to use Canvas for your course materials. It includes topics like: the dashboard, uploading content, creating pages, organizing with modules, making a home page, discussions, assignments, navigation, and examples. It is helpful to both new faculty learning Canvas, and returning faculty who are seeking resources or a refresher.
Canvas Assignments and Gradebook (2 hrs)
This workshop is designed to provide faculty with the knowledge to build and maintain your course gradebook in Canvas. It covers setting up assignments, grading and feedback, high-level gradebook settings, and what students see when they look at their grade.
Canvas Studio Training Resources (1 hr)
This workshop covers the basics of how to use Canvas Studio to create and manage your instructional videos in Canvas. It includes topics like: What is Studio?, Accessing Studio, global navigation, course navigation, recording and importing audio and video, sharing audio and video, using the commenting feature, captioning videos, organizing audio and video content, and creating in-video quizzes.
Teaching with Zoom (2 hrs)
This workshop covers how to teach with Zoom, specifically using the Canvas LTI. It includes topics like: basic Zoom operational skills, Zoom in Canvas LTI, recording using Zoom, engaging students with Zoom, and troubleshooting Zoom. It is helpful to both new faculty learning to use Zoom with Canvas, and returning faculty who are seeking resources or a refresher.
Canvas Analytics Foundations (2 hrs)
This workshop is designed to provide faculty with foundational knowledge on the use of the New Analytics tool as well as other sources of analytics that can be found in your Canvas course. This workshop will also cover how you can use course analytics to improve your course management, delivery, and help students be successful.
Online Teaching Foundations (5 hrs)
This workshop covers the basics of designing and teaching online courses. While helpful to new online instructors as an orientation to online course design and development, the workshop is also helpful to experienced online instructors wanting more information on specific elements of online course design and teaching.
Online Video Foundations (6.5 hrs)
This online self-paced interactive course will guide faculty on how to design and create their instructional videos for their courses. Videos are used to promote content understanding and enhance the faculty-to-student engagement in simulcast-hybrid, asynchronous, and synchronous-online class sessions.
Accessibility 101: Creating Accessible Courses (3 hrs)
This workshop covers the basics of accessibility with an emphasis on making content for Canvas courses accessible. This course reviews topics such as the use of headings, alt-text for images, and descriptive hyperlinks.
Universal Design for Learning (2 hrs)
This workshop covers universal design for learning foundations to make courses more accessible for students. This workshop covers the history of UDL, principles, and helpful strategies for Canvas. Universal design for learning is great for both new and returning faculty who can benefit from a refresher on items such as the Canvas Rich Content Editor.