Learning Environments is available to help you with online teaching in any way we can.
If you have never worked in Canvas before, please look into one of the following options.
- In-depth Written Resources: Remote Teaching Resources Canvas Course
- Group Training Opportunities: Canvas Training Calendar
- One-on-one Meetings: Schedule a One-on-One Meeting
- Email for help: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on classrooms and equipment for Fall dual delivery teaching: Fall Technology Planning
Otherwise, below are links to resources to help you either start building your online courses from scratch or convert a face-to-face course to an online format.
Online Teaching with Canvas
Learn more about adding a home page with contact info, course navigation, class expectations, course settings, and institutional resources.
Strategies for organizing content to help students navigate the course.
Learn more about interacting with students in an online course and about different types of interaction and feedback in this module.
Create assessments and rubrics, use modeling, and employ other strategies to gauge your student’s success.
Adding media content to your course to create meaningful engagement and collaboration.
Simple steps you can take to make your course more accessible for all students.