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Faculty Workshops - Canvas

Faculty Open Canvas Lab:

Every Tuesday (Noon-2pm), Black Hall 141 - Drop in, no registration needed.  Stop by and get your questions answered by a Canvas specialist!


Winter 2015 Schedule

To register for one of the workshops below, please login to MyCWU>> Main Menu>> Human Resources>>Self Service>> Learning and Development>>Request Training Enrollment

* Workshops eligible for the Master Online Teacher Certification

Faculty at the University Centers and the Ellensburg campus, who wish to attend a training session from the comfort of their own office, may request a live training webinar delivered via Collaborate.

For more information on these sessions please call Delayna Breckon 509-963-1172

  • CAN126 - Introducing Panopto Lecture Capture, Black Hall 141 - Wednesday, January 28, 2-3pm; Instructor: Chad Schone, Media Tech Senior (Additional workshop dates: Feb.5, 1-2pm; Feb. 11, 2-3pm)

Participants will explore the Panopto interface, getting hands-on instruction on how to record a lecture that includes video, audio and presentation slides.  They will also learn basic editing and how to add recorded sessions to their Canvas courses

  • *CAN104 - Canvas Gradebook & Speedgrader, Black Hall 141 - Wednesday, January 28, 4-5pmInstructor: Delayna Breckon, Canvas Admin

Learn how to set up your gradebook either with group weights or straight points, for online or in-person courses.  Bring your iPad or tablet to explore the Speedgrader app

  • *CAN123 - Online Tests & Respondus​, Black Hall 141 - Thursday, January 29, 2-3pm; Instructor: Delayna Breckon, Canvas Admin

Learn how to streamline test creation using a specific format in Word, and the licensed program Respondus, availabe to CWU faculty.  Discover how test settings can help preserve online assessment integrity and how to utilize the LockDown Browser.

  • CAN124 - Organizing Your Course with Pages & Modules, Black Hall 141 - Monday, January 26, 1-2pm; Instructor: Delayna Breckon, Canvas Admin

Learn how to organize your course using a best practice, modules!  Find out why students prefer courses that are organized by modules and pages!

  • CAN127 - Web Conferencing in Canvas, Black Hall 141 - Monday, February 2, 2:30-3:30pm; Instructor: Delayna Breckon, Canvas Admin

Explore the two web conferencing programs in Canvas, Bb Collaborate and Conferences.

  • CAN101 - Intro to Canvas, Black Hall 141 - Thursday, February 19, 1-2pm; Instructor: Delayna Breckon, Canvas Admin

Have you delayed getting started in Canvas?  Come learn how to navigate Canvas and build a simple Canvas course. 

  • *QUA001 - Qualtrics & Surveys in the Classroom, Black Hall 141 - Wednesday, February 25, 2-3:30pm; Instructor: Dr. Todd Weber, Faculty Fellow, College of Business

Learn how to use Qualtrics, the sophisticated survey creation software, and discuss ways it can be integrated into the classroom.

*CAN125 - Universal Design & Usability, Black Hall 141 -Wednesday, March 4, 2-4pm; Instructor: Julie Jensen, Instructional Designer / Manager of MEC

Learn how to design your course with accessibility and usability in mind.  Universal design benefits all students and provides a framework of best practices to help you deliver a successful online course.

 


CanvasLIVE Training:

Webinars offered by Canvas

To view the schedule and register for these webinars follow this link:

http://guides.instructure.com/m/4151/l/140653

Upcoming Topics for Winter & Spring term:

Hone Your Home Page
Mobile Series: Canvas Mobile 2.0 for iPad, Android, iPhone
A Tour of the Canvas Conference Tool (BigBlueButton)
Collaboration Tools
Mobile Series: Mobile-Friendly Assignments
Mobile Series: Discussions in the Palm of Your Hand
The Design, Delivery and Assessment of Discussions


Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor

(45-minute webinar)

 Click here to register or view the full schedule.