Do you use video assignments in your class or are you thinking of adding them? If the answer is yes, ITS invites you to join us for our spring pilot of Arc, a new video platform that is an add-on to Canvas.
Arc allows you to manage and deliver video in a centralized location. You can easily add, organize and share videos among instructors and students. Students can comment right in the video timeline and the comment remains tied to that timestamp. Students can ask questions or instructors can point out key information in a video.You can include Arc videos anywhere that you can access the Canvas Rich
If you are a Teacher, a TA or an ITC and you’ve accidentally deleted a quiz or other important item in your course, let us introduce you to one of Canvas’s great hidden features – “Undelete”. Keep in mind that “undelete” won’t get back everything that you’ve deleted – the number of deleted items that […]
Although the UNCG Canvas website should be the primary source of Canvas news and support on campus, there are a handful of other Canvas support sites created by Instructional Technology Consultants (ITCs) in the individual schools. Here are a few sites you might want to keep on your radar: College of Arts and Sciences Canvas […]
The Canvas Syllabus Tool provides an area where instructors can post information regarding their course as well as an automatically-generated list of assignments, the class calendar, and grade weighting information. We recommend that you only post a short description, contact information, and link to a PDF version of your actual syllabus rather than copying, pasting […]
Here are some tips to make sure you get your semester started right in Canvas!
Although Canvas does not include a native blogging tool, there are several ways that instructors can achieve a blog-like functionality, both within and outside of Canvas. Blogging Within Canvas Blog with the class Discussion Board One option is to use the class Discussion Board, which is viewable by the entire class. Instructors can create a […]