Learn how to use Canvas 2016 to set up an online classroom, enroll students, add assignments and assessments, promote class discussions, and more.
- [Voiceover] Hello, I'm Oliver Schinkten. In this video series, we will explore the features and functions of the learning management system Canvas by creating an online class that will allow students to submit work, take assessments, participate in group discussions, and learn essential digital literacy skills. We will explore how to streamline feedback and the grading process, and look at classroom best practices to help you get the most from an online classroom management system. Let's go ahead and dive right in to the class we'll be creating.
- Setting up a teacher account and profile
- Creating the course and syllabus
- Adding a grading scheme
- Creating student groups
- Using group discussions
- Creating assignments and quizzes
- Building test question banks
- Exploring the grading tools (including SpeedGrader)
- Working with modules
- Publishing a course
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Canvas 2016
Create a teacher account1m 2s
2. Create a Course
3. Create Student Groups
4. Add Assignments and Quizzes
5. Explore the Grading Tools
6. Course Management Tools
Next steps1m 12s
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