2022
June 29 – July 1
Long Beach, CA

Advanced Techniques with Canvas – Workshop

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 | 9am-12pm

Registration Fee:  $100

Presented by: Greg Beyrer, Cosumnes River College; Sandy Haynes, Pasadena City College; Mayra Gomez, Mt. San Jacinto College; Hosted by Bob Nash, Dean, Academic Affairs & Professional Development, California Virtual Campus
Workshop Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Max Attendees: 30
Bring your own laptop.

Are you ready to explore additional features and tools in Canvas? How we present content, support the learning communities in our classes, and assess student learning can all be done more in depth. And there is a world of possibilities built into the system and in the communities of practice that we can access. At this workshop you will learn how to bring pizzazz to the Rich Content Editor, make effective use of tools for groups and peer review, explore the use of rubrics and outcomes to make assessment more meaningful, and step beyond the browser and explore add-ons and feature previews. Bring a laptop and your interest to see what else is possible outside of the ordinary usage of this learning management system.

Outcomes:

  1. Measure student achievement of course learning outcomes through effective assessment design.
  2. Create structured opportunities for student-to-student interactions (including groups and peer reviews) that support the achievement of course learning outcomes.
  3. Use HTML and CSS (while following universal design principles) to change the appearance of web pages created using the Rich Content Editor.
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