This workshop covers the basics of Canvas and is meant to give users a solid foundation for beginning to work in the system.
Designate hours during which students can request to meet with you. Define your own meeting length - 10, 15, 30, etc minutes. Add the option to make the meeting an online meeting in MS Teams, automatically.
Teams is now integrated within Canvas. Learn how to create MS Teams meetings within your Canvas course. Host a synchronous meeting with your students from within the Canvas application.
This workshop covers the Modules tool, which is used to organize content.
Break large, online classes up into smaller, more manageable groups using the Breakout Rooms feature in Teams. Learn how to create a Teams Meeting, divide the class into breakout rooms, record each of the rooms and then share the recordings to your Canvas course.
Attend this training if you are new to Echo360, which is required to get an account created. You will learn what Echo360 is, where you can capture class lectures, how to record a class lecture on your computer, and the different methods of sharing videos with your students.
Learn how edit your video (e.g., trim, cut or create new video segments, combine media, and add custom thumbnails) as well as editing your transcript and applying Closed Captions.
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