Conducting an asynchronous class through Canvas
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Please DO NOT upload any video files larger than 20MB to Canvas. Please use our YuJa media server (described below) for that purpose.
- Announcements – Create an announcement that will display across your Canvas class home page letting students know how class will be conducted online.
- Assignments -Create assignments that students can complete and submit online
- Tests and Quizzes – Create online tests and quizzes in multiple formats
- Collaborations –Students can use resources like the Google G Suite Apps from within (or separately from) Canvas to work collaboratively on tasks like group papers or note-taking.
- Chat – Conduct real-time chats with your students
- Discussions– Create asynchronous online discussion boards where students can share their thoughts on a topic with the class
- Canvas Conferences (Big Blue Button)
- You can prerecord lectures (flipped classroom) by recording your screen and narrating it (with or without you on video camera) while using the whiteboard or document sharing features.
- YuJa (login with your Endicott email “handle” -email without the @endicott.edu and PW or access through Canvas)
Conducting a “live” (synchronous) web conference class
- Video Conferencing: Audio and Visual Setup Guide
- Comprehensive Guide to Educating Through Zoom
- Tips and Tricks for Teachers Educating on Zoom
- Tips and Tricks for Administrators and Staff
- Student Tips for Participating in Online Learning
- Live Training, Recorded Training, and Zoom Meetings for Education Training
- Adding Zoom Conferencing to your Canvas Navigation Bar
- Canvas Conferences, aka BigBlueButton (BBB).
- How do I use the Conferences Index Page?
- How do I create a conference in a course?
- How do I delete a conference?
- How do I edit a conference?
- How do I record a conference?
- How do I start a conference?
- How do I join a conference?
- How do I conclude a conference?
- How do I use the Conferences interface as a moderator or presenter?
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