@One has created a series of short video segments about a variety of topics about Canvas usage and online course design. If you haven’t seen these yet, I recommend spending some flex time looking over their selection in the Byte-sized Canvas video series archive.
For example, did you know there’s a “wrong” way to add content onto a Canvas page? This little mistake is often the cause of broken links when you import your content into the next semester’s course shell. Come learn the best method for adding images, files and links in Canvas. (And the secret of what to do if your images suddenly aren’t displaying correctly.) The video below covers 3 minutes on what to do to avoid these common errors in Canvas:
If you would like some hands-on help with creating rubrics for your online and in-class assignments and linking outcomes to them, come to the PDC on Thursday, March 14 at 12:30 for a workshop! Jenn Azzaro and I will be going over the many facets of rubrics and outcomes – this will help you with student learning assessment data collection and speed up your online grading.