Canvas Shout-outs are short, monthly spotlight acknowledgements of the best practices of theenhanced Community of Inquiry framework in action.
Canvas Notification Mini-vid for Students: Shoutout to Dr. Lindsay Edwards!
What: May’s Canvas Shout-out
Who: May’s Canvas Shoutout goes to Dr. Lindsay Edwards, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, Health and Recreation
College of Human Sciences & Educational Studies
411: Dr. Edwards anticipated that her summer term students might need additional supports to stay connected and on-task during the dry, West Texas summer months. She created a short video mini-tutorial on setting up notifications for Canvas messages. Click on the photo to play the video (please ignore the slight echo)
Dr. Edwards’ gave permission to display the link for the video so you can share with your students too!
Post by Helen Teague reposted at https://hsutxonlineed.edublogs.org/2018/05/16/canvas-shoutout/
Canvas Megaphone image created by Sarah H.
Canvas Shout-outs are short, monthly spotlight acknowledgements of the best practices of the enhanced Community of Inquiry framework in action.
Dueling with Dual Roles in Canvas: Shoutout to Heather McEntyre!
What: April’s Canvas Shout-out
Who: April’s Canvas Shoutout goes to Heather McEntyre, Dean’s Assistant in the College of Fine Arts.
411: Heather interacts with the Canvas online course learning management system as both a Dean’s Assistant and a graduate student in Clinical Counseling and Marriage & Family. She has a unique perspective as both a student user and admin user which uniquely pivots her perspective. Heather offers these tips to successful adaptation and use of Canvas:
Heather’s Tips for fellow students: “Be patient! Canvas is a user friendly program once you’ve learned the steps. It took me a good 30 minutes to realize that I couldn’t upload a document using the attached paper clip icon we’re all so use to!. However once I figured out I had to use drop box, I can now easily upload a document in seconds. If you don’t see a module you think should be on your dashboard, contact your professor.”
Heather’s Tips for faculty: “Make sure your courses are published. Once your course is published, make sure you publish your modules. Also, use the chat help function or call the helpline. Canvas support is fantastic!”
Congratulations, Heather! We love learning from you!!
This post written by Helen Teague and reposted at this link:
Canvas megaphone image created by Sarah H. using Photoshop
Canvas Shoutout concept originated by Helen Teague