Are you planning to make the move from Blackboard to Canvas for the Spring 2018 semester but need some help?
The Digital Learning team has a plan to get you going! On Dec. 13 - 15 and 18 - 19 we'll be delivering our Canvas 101 session from 9 - 11 A.M. and from 9 A.M. - 3 P.M. on those same days we'll have staff on hand to handle your specific questions.
We invite you to come for the class and stay for open work time. If you can give us a day we can help you walk out with a class that's ready to go! The class sessions will be held in Criss Library 232 and the drop in question sessions will be held in 231Criss Library. No registration is required and feel free to join us for more than one class or drop in session!
Looking for a method with a more flexible schedule to learn how to use Canvas? Join our December Kung Fu Canvas Online Training Course and earn your black belt in Canvas. This self-paced course runs a total of six weeks but can be completed much quicker if desired. You'll be taking a online course in Canvas, that teaches you how to create your own courses in Canvas.
Visit http://UNODigitalLearning.eventbrite.com to sign up and view all of our training offerings.
About Canvas at UNO
Senior Vice Chancellor, BJ Reed announced that UNO would investigate Canvas to determine its feasibility as a learning management system for the campus. Faculty and students tested and provided feedback. Exploration began with a group of faculty and students working with a Canvas testing space (a “sandbox”) starting in late September and early October.
Several workshops were offered to help faculty get familiar with using Canvas. Recordings of these sessions are available for viewing.
In the spring 2017 semester, a group of faculty taught using Canvas. At the conclusion of this investigation, faculty and student input will be included in a recommendation that will be forwarded to the Senior Vice Chancellor, BJ Reed.
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