If you were looking for an easy way to: send a student a message view their grades as they would see it see analytics related to a particular student There is now a quick and easy way to do that!
The Canvas dashboard is the first thing you see when you login to Canvas. It can be a bit overwhelming once a semester is underway but it is meant to help you see what is happening in all of your courses.
There is nothing you need to do in Canvas once a semester ends! Courses will automatically be placed in ‘past enrollments’ in Canvas for both you and your students. To learn more about what this means and what it looks like
There are many exciting things happening at LVC and it’s been an important priority of mine to help streamline this information for you as much as possible. Below you will find a quick video tutorial explaining what educational technology resources
Here is the latest update, from Canvas and Turnitin. Since our last message, our engineers have found a way to address submissions affected by the “class does not exist” errors and have begun the process of running a script that
We are receiving reports of submissions not generating an originality score with Turnitin, resulting in an error on the Turnitin side. Last Tuesday evening, (10/13/15) Turnitin made an update that had an unintended consequences. This triggered a few issues,
You’re invited to Try IT Out Tuesday, October 20th from 11:00am – 12:00pm, in the CETL/EdTech common space (basement of the library). This is a drop-in, hands-on event where you have the chance to try out some tools we have
Here are the five things to do with your Canvas course before the semester starts… If you prefer written tutorials they can be found below: Copy Content From One Canvas Course to Another Post Your Syllabus Organize Your Menu Publish
This ‘Teachnology’ blog will be updated sporadically as I work on setting up this website and then more regularly, starting in August. This blog will include timely posts on edtech trends and helpful resources and tutorials. Stay tuned!