Hopefully, this course has helped you to better understand how to utilize more features in the Canvas LMS.
- [Oliver] Thank you for joining me in this course.…I hope the course provided you with some tips and techniques…in Canvas that you can use to improve your instruction.…If you need more information about some…of the basic features of Canvas,…check out my Learning Canvas course in the Library,…in which I walk you through how to set up a course,…and get it up and running.…My suggestion is that you dive in…and start trying out some of these features.…The only way to find out if they work well…with your particular audience is to give them a try.…Also, utilize the Canvas Community and Guides,…as they provide a plethora of great information…on how to utilize all the different features…inside of Canvas.…
As always, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.…If you have any questions, suggestions, or feedback,…or on Twitter, where my handle is @schink10.…Thank you for taking the time to continue your learning.…Have a great day.…
- Communicating with video and messages
- Using notifications
- Setting up peer reviews
- Analyzing assignments
- Organizing content
- Using mastery paths
- Ensuring content is accessible
- Adjusting headings, links, and tags
- Integrating with third-party applications
- Importing and exporting courses
- Using HTML in Canvas
Skill Level Intermediate
Teaching Techniques: Blended Learningwith Chris Mattia1h 37m Appropriate for all
Teaching Techniques: Classroom Cloud Strategywith Oliver Schinkten1h 18m Intermediate
1. Communication and Collaboration
2. Assess Students
3. Organization Strategies
4. Accessibility of Content
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