The UNO Office of Digital Learning is pleased to provide the following opportunities for you to learn more about using Canvas.These opportunities take more of a time commitment than a 1 or 2-hour training session, but we feel the results will make any faculty member more prepared to successfully use Canvas. Because of the amount of time required for these sessions a $100 stipend will be provided to teaching faculty who successfully complete them. Note: individuals who have already received a stipend for other Canvas related training sessions are not eligible for a 2nd stipend.
Fall Into Canvas–Day long or two evening training session
Winter is coming and so is the end of Blackboard at UNO. Are you ready? Join us for this 6-hour session so that we can help youFall Into Canvas. We'll cover topics such as getting around Canvas, creating and organizing content, moving existing content from Blackboard to Canvas, and even let you experience Canvas as a student. Attendees are encouraged to bring along materials from existing courses so that as we work you can add real content to courses in Canvas.
- Friday October 13: 9:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
- Monday and Tuesday, October 16 - 17: 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.**
- Saturday, October 21: 9:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
- Wednesday, November 22: 9:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
**Please note that you must attend both evening sessions to be eligible for the stipend
Explore Canvas @ UNO: On-line Edition
The Office of Digital Learning is offering an online six-week in-depth exploration of the Canvas learning management system. Participants will be guided through a series of activities and have the opportunity to interact with colleagues while learning how to use Canvas for an on-campus, hybrid, or online course. There will be suggested due dates and deadlines for assignments to be turned in, but the work can largely be done on your schedule as long as it is completed by the last day of the course.
- October 2 – November 10
- November 2 – December 16
You can view all of the UNO Digital Learning Training opportunities at: http://UNODigitalLearning.eventbrite.com
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