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
- If your are recording your Zoom sessions to the cloud, please download them to your computer and upload them to YuJa. We will run out of Zoom storage soon if people don’t follow these instructions. We recommend recording it locally to your computer and uploading to YuJa anyway.
- 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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