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Academic continuity planning is a vital initiative of teaching and learning with technology. Having digital access to plans and opportunities to continue your engagements with students in the event of some type of physical barrier allows Stevens to continue course delivery.
As you wrap up another semester in teaching and learning with techology via Canvas, here are a few steps to help you close out this term and prepare for the upcoming semester. Some of the procedures in this article are: downloading the gradebook, downloing the audit train, submitting final grades via Canvas and Web for Faculty.
Canvas is Steven's Learning Management System. It is a power tool to help manage your course, deliver your materials, collaborate with your class, assess your students and distribute grades. Please check out the step-by-step instructions and video tutorials here. If you are interested in learning more about Canvas as students, please visit our Student Canvas Orientation at: https://sit.instructure.com/courses/25213
Play, share, or download your Zoom cloud recordings.
Zoom Meetings can be scheduled from within a Canvas Course directly. Users access the Zoom for Canvas tool from the navigation area for the course.
The New Canvas Gradebook offers a number of new and enhanced features to improve the grading experience.
The purpose of applying learning analytics is to enhance or improve student success. Learning analytics provides important information to faculty on a range of factors related to student performance and success involving Canvas, Kaltura, and other learning technologies and systems.
New Course and User Analytics is a new feature within Canvas which provides improved analytics for tracking student data using an interactive chart or table. This feature allows instructors and TAs to gain a stronger understanding of student performance in order to help enhance student success.
Turnitin is an Internet-based plagiarism-detection service.
Click on this article to see a directory of rooms which have wireless projection. The Solstice and Epson wireless projection methods are avaiable in various classrooms and conference rooms on campus.
Various state and federal laws have requirements aimed at making education accessible to as many people as possible. Higher education has ethical and legal obligations to ensure that programs and services are accessible to all learners and employees.
CATME, which stands for ‘Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness,’ is a set of tools designed to help instructors manage group work and team assignments more effectively. It helps students succeed in their class-related team experiences and develop one of the skills that employers value most: the ability to work effectively in teams.