Information Technology Services(ITS) Digital Learning has a web site related to building a course in Canvas.
Top 10 Things You Should Know About Canvas @ UNO - PDF
Course Expectations - Canvas Kaleidoscope - Video
The following videos will help getting started with common features of Canvas. Below each video there are links to step by step instructions. Text based articles on these common features are also available by going to the Canvas Instructor Guide.
Canvas Interface Overview
Conversation Overview (Inbox)
Course Layout - Customization
Files - Add Course Content
Groups - Creation and Management
Import content from course to course
Modules - Creation and Management
Similar to creating a folder structure (Week 1, 2, etc. or Chapter 1, 2, etc.
Add additional email, text and how often you receive
Pages - Creation and Management
Many times used for creating your Home page
Quiz Creation - Settings
Quiz Creation - Questions
Rich Content Editor - Content Creation
Four Tools for Checking Your Canvas Course for Error Canvas Community Blog Post
Once installed connect the app to UNO Canvas by typing 'University of Neb' and you will see a choice for UNO.
Use Course Analytics to:
• See which students are at-risk and need help.
• View how effective your teaching strategies are in allowing students to learn.
• See a quick view of what your students are achieving in your course.
Student Analytics (analytics on a specific student)
Handy options to assist with verifying links in your course, importing and exporting course as well as displaying only the menu items students need to use.
Course Settings Part 1 (video)
Course Settings Part 2 (video)
(My) Three Principles of Effective Online Pedagogy
Ways to Design Different Environments for Group Work in Canvas (video)
How to build group projects your online students will love
13 Principles of Good Learning in Games — Applied to Teaching
General Accessibility Design Guidelines
Canvas Accessibility Checker
Mobile App Design Considerations
Tips to Designing Mobile-Friendly Assignments
Mobile Formative Assessments (video)
Canvas Mobile User Group
A task–technology fit view of learning management system impact
Saving time or innovating practice: Investigating perceptions and uses of Learning Management Systems
The effect of learning management systems on student and faculty outcomes
The impact of faculty perceived reconfigurability of learning management systems on effective teaching practices
From pixel on a screen to real person in your students' lives: Establishing social presence using digital storytelling
Supporting Teachers in Identifying Students' Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems: An Automatic Student Modeling Approach
The use of e-learning Course Management Systems to support learning strategies and to improve self-regulated learning
The UNO Digital Learning Instructional Design team provides various training opportunities that can be browsed at https://unodigitallearning.eventbrite.com/. Contact Instructional Designers individually for assistance.
• Kristin Bradley (email@example.com)
• Erin King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
• Rick Murch-Shafer (email@example.com)
Support for any Canvas user is available 24x7 through phone, chat or e-mail. To use this support:
Students who are in need of Canvas support can also reach out to the UNO Technical Support Desk at 402-554-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Canvas has an active Community site. Ask a question and receive information from Canvas employee’s along with other instructors, technical staff and students from around the world. You can make requests for new features or update existing features. The community votes and the company uses this input for prioritizing updates. There are various user groups you can join. To learn more about the community check out the Canvas Community Guide.
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