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Summer 2018

Arc: Video Publishing & Communication Tool for Canvas

This session provides an overview of Arc, UNF’s new video platform in Canvas. Arc was built to promote active learning, allowing instructors and students to not only publish video, but also to engage with media content by commenting (and replying) directly on media timelines. Arc provides users with asset management tools as well as analytics about how users interact with media. Session attendees learn how to import and publish media, create Arc assignments and provide feedback, and discuss best practices for tool use.

Canvas's New Gradebook

In this workshop, users learn about the New Gradebook and its improvements over the current Canvas gradebook. When this feature option is enabled at the course level, the New Gradebook replaces the current gradebook. The functionality added by this new tool makes grading more flexible and intuitive, thus improving the grading experience. Major differences include multiple options to sort and filter assignments and consolidation of several views in one location.

Tools for Student Engagement in Canvas

This workshop provides an introduction to tools in Canvas that promote student engagement. Strategies for implementing learning activities that prioritize learner-learner, learner-content, and learner-instructor interactions will be highlighted. Tools that encourage collaboration, participation, and feedback will be showcased.

Using Canvas Analytics to Improve Student Success

This session explores analytics available to instructors of online courses in Canvas. Learn how to leverage course and student analytics throughout the semester to identify at-risk students, foster engagement, and promote retention and success. Leave with a checklist of practical measures for utilizing the analytics reports.

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 1

This workshop is intended for people who have never used an online survey tool. This three-hour class introduces the basic functions of Qualtrics: creating, editing, formatting, publishing, and sharing surveys.

Library Databases Meant for Media

Looking for a way to expand your Canvas hybrid course or DL course in terms of classroom media? Or maybe add content to an in-person course with a video? Online clips are a wonderful way to allow for varied styles of learning. UNF’s Thomas Carpenter Library subscribes to many databases that include full length videos. In effect, one can work to add multimedia to an online course easily. Learn about Films on Demand, Kanopy Streaming Videos, and Naxos Music Library. The goal of this session is to provide information about databases that provide rich and informative videos and how to embed those videos in your Canvas course.

Exploring Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Considering alternatives to expensive, traditional textbooks for your courses? This one-hour session introduces participants to major trends and opportunities in the growing movement of Open Educational Resources (OERs). Discover valuable repositories and resources and discuss the selection and integration of OERs with an Online Learning Librarian and an Instructional Designer.

Canvas Teacher App

Did you know that Canvas has an app just for instructors? The Teacher app is available for both iOS and Android mobile devices and allows instructors to create and edit content, communicate with students, facilitate discussion boards, and grade assignments and quizzes, including use of annotations! Register for this session and join us to learn more. We recommend that you download the iOS or Android app in advance so you can follow along.

Spring 2018

Final Grade Transfer Tool – Hands On - Hands On

In this hands-on workshop, instructors transfer grades from Canvas to Banner using the Final Grade Transfer Tool. Process includes weighting grades, enabling a grading schema, and transferring final grades to Banner.

Best Practices Accessibility and Universal Design in Online Courses

This presentation focuses on the essential elements of accessibility and universal design for learning in online instruction and provides strategies instructors can use to make their courses both technically accessible and usable to a broad range of students. Topics covered include best practices for course design, online tools within Canvas to create accessible resources, using multiple means of expression, representation and engagement, and successfully incorporating accessible media into online courses.

Canvas's New Gradebook

In this workshop, users learn about the New Gradebook and its improvements over the current Canvas gradebook. When this feature option is enabled at the course level, the New Gradebook replaces the current gradebook. The functionality added by this new tool makes grading more flexible and intuitive, thus improving the grading experience. Major differences include multiple options to sort and filter assignments and consolidation of several views in one locatin.

Humanizing the Online Environment

In this workshop, participants explore the utilization of technology to create human-centered learning experiences, including research-based strategies for increasing student learning, satisfaction and engagement through the development online learning communities. Social learning theories that support integration of social media are examined with strategies for successful implementation in instruction.

Qualtrics Offline Surveys

Qualtrics Offline Surveys is a new application available for iOS and Android that allows for the administration of surveys on mobile devices without an Internet connection. This class teaches participants how to setup the Qualtrics Offline Survey app on iOS and Android devices, collect responses and then upload the data back into Qualtrics when you have an Internet connection. Mobile devices will not be provided to participants. Participants may bring their own mobile device to test with the Qualtrics Offline Survey app.

Qualtrics Reporting Tools

In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to use Qualtrics' new report tool to create, edit, and publish or export reports.

DHI Workshop: Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection

As part of the UNF College of Arts and Sciences Spring 2018 “Black Jacksonville Event,” the digital editing project “Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection” will offer a three-day Digital Humanities workshop. Students, faculty and staff will first explore the life and work of Eartha M.M. White and the archive of related materials held within Special Collections in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at UNF. They will then learn to transcribe and encode materials related to the history of Stanton from this collection using TEI-XML, the international standard today for electronic textual work in the Humanities. The materials prepared by participants will be incorporated into an online archive being constructed by the “Editing the Eartha M.M. White Collection,” an affiliated project of the UNF Digital Humanities Initiative.

Arc: Video Publishing & Communication Tool for Canvas

This session provides an overview of Arc, UNF’s new video platform in Canvas. Arc was built to promote active learning, allowing instructors and students to not only publish video, but also to engage with media content by commenting (and replying) directly on media timelines. Arc provides users with asset management tools as well as analytics about how users interact with media. Session attendees learn how to import and publish media, create Arc assignments and provide feedback, and discuss best practices for tool use.

Brown Bag Lunch Polling System Options: Socrative

Polling, or student response, systems enable instructors to do formative assessment, give feedback, take attendance, etc. While UNF has a hardware-based clicker system, Turning Point, some instructors find that smartphone-based systems can meet their needs at a lower cost to students. In this session, Department of Management faculty member Nathan Kunz provides a demonstration of Socrative, one such tool that he and other UNF faculty use for short surveys, attendance, student feedback, and quizzes.

Intro to Turning Point Clickers

In this interactive session, participants receive an instructor kit and become familiar with the features and functionality of TurningPoint. Topics include Anywhere Polling, PowerPoint Polling, and Self-Paced Polling. Participant management, reporting, grading, and Blackboard integration are also covered, and best practices are addressed throughout the session.

Build your Faculty Profile

This hands-on session is designed to assist faculty in creating a faculty profile, which includes their picture, contact information, areas of expertise, brief biography, and selected publications. The Faculty Bio website was developed to achieve several goals, including the development of an expertise database, and reaches both internal and external community members. In this session, faculty members who have not yet built a faculty profile get a brief demonstration of the system and have CIRT staff available for support as they build their profile.

Windows 10 Essentials

Windows 10 is being deployed on campus in labs, on new computers, and to existing computers as they are updated. This session provides a demo of essential interface features to familiarize faculty with Windows 10. Participants learn how to navigate the user interface, use keyboard shortcuts, manage virtual desktops, personalize a computer, customize the start menu, and change the font size.

WordPress Themes - Changing the Look and Feel of Your Faculty Domains Website

In this hands-on workshop participants transform their existing WordPress website using WordPress themes. Whether it’s a simple one or two-page site, or a more complex portfolio site, the presenter shows examples of some WordPress themes that will make your website more attractive, functional, and accessible. A prerequisite to this workshop is that you have installed WordPress on your UNF Faculty Domain.

Effective Virtual Communication

Learn about the communication options in Canvas, including the Inbox, Notifications, Announcements, Conferences, and Chat. This session also covers best practices for holding online office hours and strategies for organizing synchronous online meetings.

Using Canvas Analytics to Improve Student Success

This session explores analytics available to instructors of online courses in Canvas. Learn how to leverage course and student analytics throughout the semester to identify at-risk students, foster engagement, and promote retention and success. Leave with a checklist of practical measures for utilizing the analytics reports.

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 1

This workshop is intended for people who have never used an online survey tool. This three-hour class introduces the basic functions of Qualtrics: creating, editing, formatting, publishing, and sharing surveys.

Build a Personal Website in WordPress – Hands-On

In this hands-on workshop participants add content into a WordPress website to build a basic profile that includes: home, biography, courses, curriculum vita, and research pages. The site can also include a links section and an optional blog section. Participants are required to bring a digital photograph, and editable text for the biography, courses, curriculum vita, and research pages. Please contact us at cirtlab@unf.edu if you would like to have your photograph taken, or assistance with creating the materials for the course.

Tools for Student Engagement in Canvas

This workshop provides an introduction to Blog, Wiki, and Journal options in Canvas, as well as the ePortfolio tool. Best practices for incorporating Google Docs to track student work and engage students in collaborative learning are covered.

Getting Started with UNF Faculty Domains

UNF Faculty Domains is a full featured web hosting solution that offers UNF faculty the opportunity to create an academic publishing space using modern applications such as WordPress, Omeka, and Scalar. This session gives an overview of the Faculty Domains service, explores the tools and technology, and examines the notion of a digital identity. Registration required.

Creating Videos Assignments for Canvas

In this workshop, participants learn how create student video assignments that can be collected and graded in Canvas. Video creation is broken into four basic parts, planning, filming (using available equipment like mobile devices), editing, and publishing (using free software and apps). Tools for collecting videos in Canvas are reviewed. The session ends with a discussion of strategies for grading videos.

Overview Of CIRT’s Online Course Templates

This session provides an overview of CIRT's online course templates, the rationale behind using course templates to develop online courses, and how to acquire these templates. In addition, we'll explore a few online courses that were developed using a template and discuss strategies for acquiring student feedback on the major components of a course built using a course template.

Getting Started with a WordPress Website on UNF Faculty Domains

Learn the basics of setting up a WordPress blog in UNF’s Faculty Domains service. Participants learn how to build out a WordPress site, post documents, customize site look and feel with themes, and site security.

How to Create a Podcast Using WordPress

In this workshop, participants explore the “anatomy of a podcast”, including recording audio, building the website structure to house the podcast, and how to distribute the podcast to listeners. By starting with a basic WordPress website, the presenter describes different types of podcasts from a simple “entry level” podcast, to a large, globally distributed podcast.

Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit

Simplify and streamline online course development with the Instructional Design Team’s newest tool – the Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit. Learn how to structure a successful course and gain access to helpful resources. Use the kit to create a high-quality online course that effectively showcases content and enhances online learning.

Canvas 101 - Hands On

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system. Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Fall 2017

Best Practices Accessibility and Universal Design in Online Courses

This presentation focuses on the essential elements of accessibility and universal design for learning in online instruction and provides strategies instructors can use to make their courses both technically accessible and usable to a broad range of students. Topics covered include best practices for course design, online tools within Canvas to create accessible resources, using multiple means of expression, representation and engagement, and successfully incorporating accessible media into online courses.

Intro to Turning Point Clickers

In this interactive session, participants receive an instructor kit and become familiar with the features and functionality of   TurningPoint . Topics include Anywhere Polling, PowerPoint Polling, and Self-Paced Polling.  Participant management, reporting, grading, and Blackboard integration are also covered, and best practices are addressed throughout the session.

Build your Faculty Profile

This hands-on session is designed to assist faculty in creating a faculty profile, which includes their picture, contact information, areas of expertise, brief biography, and selected publications. The Faculty Bio website was developed to achieve several goals, including the development of an expertise database, and reaches both internal and external community members. In this session, faculty members who have not yet built a faculty profile get a brief demonstration of the system and have CIRT staff available for support as they build their profile.

Differentiated Learning Using Canvas Mastery Paths

Introduction to Canvas Mastery Paths, a tool to customize learning experiences based on student performance. With Mastery Paths, additional content items can be assigned for remediation or enrichment to specific students through conditional rules in three scoring ranges. Participants learn how to build use this feature in a Canvas course.

Qualtrics Reporting Tools

In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to use Qualtrics’ new report tool to create, edit, and publish or export reports.

Video Publishing and Communication Tool for Canvas

This session provides an overview of Arc, UNF’s new video platform in Canvas. Arc was built to promote active learning, allowing instructors and students to not only publish video, but also to engage with media content by commenting (and replying) directly on media timelines. Arc provides users with asset management tools as well as analytics about how users interact with media. Session attendees learn how to import and publish media, create Arc assignments and provide feedback, and discuss best practices for tool use. 

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 2

This workshop is intended for people who are familiar with Qualtrics. Participants learn how to use the library feature to save surveys and questions for reuse, and about survey distribution methods, including customized email links, panels, and inclusion in social media sites. These methods provide more efficient communication to the survey participants. Participants learn how to modify the available reports and export survey results into PowerPoint and MS Word. Prerequisites: Creating and Managing Online Surveys, Level 1.

Getting Started with a WordPress Website on UNF Faculty Domains

Learn the basics of setting up a WordPress blog in UNF’s Faculty Domains service. Participants learn how to build out a WordPress site, post documents, customize site look and feel with themes, and site security.

Creating Videos Assignments for Canvas

In this workshop, participants learn how create student video assignments that can be collected and graded in Canvas. Video creation is broken into four basic parts, planning, filming (using available equipment like mobile devices), editing, and publishing (using free software and apps). Tools for collecting videos in Canvas are reviewed. The session ends with a discussion of strategies for grading videos.

Tools for Student Engagement in Canvas

This workshop provides an introduction to Blog, Wiki, and Journal options in Canvas, as well as the ePortfolio tool. Best practices for incorporating Google Docs to track student work and engage students in collaborative learning are covered.

Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit

Simplify and streamline online course development with the Instructional Design Team’s newest tool – the Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit. Learn how to structure a successful course and gain access to helpful resources. Use the kit to create a high-quality online course that effectively showcases content and enhances online learning.

Getting Started with UNF Faculty Domains

UNF Faculty Domains is a full featured web hosting solution that offers UNF faculty the opportunity to create an academic publishing space using modern applications such as WordPress, Omeka, and Scalar. This session gives an overview of the Faculty Domains service, explores the tools and technology, and examines the notion of a digital identity. Registration required.

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 1

This workshop is intended for people who have never used an online survey tool. This three-hour class introduces the basic functions of Qualtrics: creating, editing, formatting, publishing, and sharing surveys.

Using Canvas Analytics to Improve Student Success

This session explores analytics available to instructors of online courses in Canvas. Learn how to leverage course and student analytics throughout the semester to identify at-risk students, foster engagement, and promote retention and success. Leave with a checklist of practical measures for utilizing the analytics reports.

Canvas 101

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system. Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Summer 2017

Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit

Simplify and streamline online course development with the Instructional Design Team’s newest tool – the Canvas Course Kickstarter Kit.  Learn how to structure a successful course and gain access to helpful resources.  Use the kit to create a high-quality online course that effectively showcases content and enhances online learning.

Arc: Video Publishing & Communication Tool for Canvas

This session provides an overview of Arc, UNF’s new video platform in Canvas. Arc was built to promote active learning, allowing instructors and students to not only publish video, but also to engage with media content by commenting (and replying) directly on media timelines. Arc provides users with asset management tools as well as analytics about how users interact with media. Session attendees learn how to import and publish media, create Arc assignments and provide feedback, and discuss best practices for tool use.

Canvas Migration Boot Camp

This session helps instructors jumpstart their transition to Canvas. The process of moving courses into Canvas is demonstrated with special attention to best practices and tool mapping from Blackboard to Canvas. The one-hour session is followed by a one-hour open lab with extra staff on hand to assist instructors with course migrations.

Canvas 101

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system.  Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Spring 2017

Canvas Grading and Rubrics

In this workshop, instructors learn about options for using the Canvas Gradebook. Best practices for providing feedback on assignments and quizzes are covered, as well as creating, editing, and attaching Rubrics to assignments in Canvas.

Tools for Student Engagement in Canvas

This workshop provides an introduction to Blog, Wiki, and Journal options in Canvas, as well as the ePortfolio tool. With Google Collaborations integrated into Canvas, best practices for incorporating Google Docs to track student work and engage students in collaborative learning are covered.

Using Canvas Analytics to Improve Student Success

This session explores analytics available to instructors of online courses in Canvas. Learn how to leverage course and student analytics throughout the semester to identify at-risk students, foster engagement, and promote retention and success. Leave with a checklist of practical measures for utilizing the analytics reports.

Camp Camtasia

Want to create captivating media, materials, lectures, and tutorials for an online course? Camtasia is here to help! Learn the basics of recording & editing in the PC Camtasia environment in this interactive workshop.  Zoom & pan, video/audio editing, narration, subtitles, call-outs, and graphics are discussed and demonstrated.

Creating Videos Assignments for Canvas

In this workshop, participants learn how create student video assignments that can be collected and graded in Canvas. Video creation is broken into four basic parts, planning, filming (using available equipment like mobile devices), editing, and publishing (using free software and apps). Tools for collecting videos in Canvas are reviewed. The session ends with a discussion of strategies for grading videos.

Dynamic Content in Canvas with Office Mix and Google Apps

Increase student engagement online with presentations that can include voice, video, digital ink, polls, and simulations while also providing you with analytics. This workshop demonstrates how to use a free add-on in PowerPoint to create interactive content, use Google Apps to create dynamic pages inside Canvas, and use the Canvas Collaborations tool for group assignments and wikis.

Build your Faculty Profile

This hands-on session is designed to assist faculty in creating a faculty profile, which includes their picture, contact information, areas of expertise, brief biography, and selected publications. The Faculty Bio website was developed to achieve several goals, including the development of an expertise database, and reaches both internal and external community members. In this session, faculty members who have not yet built a faculty profile get a brief demonstration of the system and have CIRT staff available for support as they build their profile.

YouTube Channel Workshop

Participants learn the basics of creating a YouTube channel during this session. YouTube channels allow the upload and storage of videos that you create, for online access, and for displaying on web pages, as well as in Blackboard courses. The workshop will cover signing up and logging into YouTube, customizing the look of your channel, as well as upload, subtitle, and even do basic editing of your videos.

Creating Course Introduction Videos

In this workshop, participants create scripts and prepare to create a course introduction video. Participants outline an approximately 2 minute-long video with the basic components to introduce themselves and inform potential students about an upcoming course. Various elements of an effective video are discussed including the use of photos and other media, voice-overs, titles, and green-screen production.

Using the Design Tools LTI in Canvas

This hands-on workshop provides instruction on using the Design Tools LTI. Design Tools is a set of tools for Canvas that provides an easy way to build out the module structure of a course and display content in an organized and visually appealing way. Participants see examples of the use and functionality of several tools and practice building content in a SANDBOX course.

Overview Of CIRT’s Online Course Templates

This session provides an overview of CIRT’s online course templates, the rationale behind using course templates to develop online courses, and how to acquire these templates. In addition, we’ll explore a few online courses that were developed using a template and discuss strategies for acquiring student feedback on the major components of a course built using a course template.

Canvas Migration Boot Camp

This session helps instructors jumpstart their transition to Canvas. The process of moving courses into Canvas is demonstrated with special attention to best practices and tool mapping from Blackboard to Canvas. The one-hour session is followed by a one-hour open lab with extra staff on hand to assist instructors with course migrations.

Canvas 101

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system.  Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Fall 2016

Take Charge of Your Online Identity: A Social Media Guide for Faculty

This workshop introduces faculty to the different social networks that can be leveraged for their academic and professional benefit. Gain insight and advice about why you should send that tweet, make that LinkedIn connection, keep an updated website portfolio/resume, tackle Facebook, and start building your online presence with just a few clicks.

Camp Camtasia

Want to create captivating media, materials, lectures, and tutorials for an online course? Camtasia is here to help! Learn the basics of recording & editing in the PC Camtasia environment in this interactive workshop.  Zoom & pan, video/audio editing, narration, subtitles, call-outs, and graphics are discussed and demonstrated.

Canvas Grading and Rubrics

In this workshop, instructors learn about options for using the Canvas Gradebook. Best practices for providing feedback on assignments and quizzes are covered, as well as creating, editing, and attaching Rubrics to assignments in Canvas.

Tools for Student Engagement in Canvas

This workshop provides an introduction to Blog, Wiki, and Journal options in Canvas, as well as the ePortfolio tool. With Google Collaborations integrated into Canvas, best practices for incorporating Google Docs to track student work and engage students in collaborative learning are covered.

Creating Course Introduction Videos

In this workshop, participants create scripts and prepare to create a course introduction video. Participants outline an approximately 2 minute-long video with the basic components to introduce themselves and inform potential students about an upcoming course. Various elements of an effective video are discussed including the use of photos and other media, voice-overs, titles, and green-screen production.

Creating Videos Assignments for Canvas

In this workshop, participants learn how create student video assignments that can be collected and graded in Canvas. Video creation is broken into four basic parts, planning, filming (using available equipment like mobile devices), editing, and publishing (using free software and apps). Tools for collecting videos in Canvas are reviewed. The session ends with a discussion of strategies for grading videos.

Dynamic Content in Canvas with Office Mix and Google Apps

Increase student engagement online with presentations that can include voice, video, digital ink, polls, and simulations while also providing you with analytics. This workshop demonstrates how to use a free add-on in PowerPoint to create interactive content, use Google Apps to create dynamic pages inside Canvas, and use the Canvas Collaborations tool for group assignments and wikis.

Using Canvas Analytics to Improve Student Success

This session explores analytics available to instructors of online courses in Canvas. Learn how to leverage course and student analytics throughout the semester to identify at-risk students, foster engagement, and promote retention and success. Leave with a checklist of practical measures for utilizing the analytics reports.

Canvas Migration Boot Camp

Suggested Prerequisite: Canvas 101

This session helps instructors jumpstart their transition to Canvas. The process of moving courses into Canvas is demonstrated with special attention to best practices and tool mapping from Blackboard to Canvas. The one-hour session is followed by a one-hour open lab with extra staff on hand to assist instructors with course migrations.

Canvas 101

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system.  Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 2

This workshop is intended for people who are familiar with Qualtrics. Participants learn how to use the library feature to save surveys and questions for reuse, and about survey distribution methods, including customized email links, panels, and inclusion in social media sites. These methods provide more efficient communication to the survey participants. Participants learn how to modify the available reports and export survey results into PowerPoint and MS Word. Prerequisites: Creating and Managing Online Surveys, Level 1.

Overview Of CIRT’s Online Course Templates

This session provides an overview of CIRT’s online course templates, the rationale behind using course templates to develop online courses, and how to acquire these templates. In addition, we’ll explore a few online courses that were developed using a template and discuss strategies for acquiring student feedback on the major components of a course built using a course template.

Using the Design Tools LTI in Canvas

This hands-on workshop provides instruction on using the Design Tools LTI. Design Tools is a set of tools for Canvas that provides an easy way to build out the module structure of a course and display content in an organized and visually appealing way. Participants see examples of the use and functionality of several tools and practice building content in a SANDBOX course.

Canvas Communication Strategies

Learn about the communication options in Canvas, including the Inbox, Notifications, Announcements, Conferences, and Chat. This session also covers best practices for holding online office hours and strategies for organizing synchronous online meetings.

YouTube Channel Workshop

Participants learn the basics of creating a YouTube channel during this session. YouTube channels allow the upload and storage of videos that instructors create, for online access, and for displaying on web pages, as well as in Canvas courses. The workshop covers signing up and logging into YouTube, customizing the look of a channel, as well as upload, subtitle, and even basic editing of videos.

Creating and Managing Online Surveys Level 1

This workshop is intended for people who have never used an online survey tool. This three-hour class introduces the basic functions of Qualtrics: creating, editing, formatting, publishing, and sharing surveys.

Summer 2016

Canvas 101

This hands-on, instructor-led session provides an overview of Canvas, UNF’s new learning management system.  Instructors learn about the Canvas interface and how to create content, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. Mobile apps, student tracking, and grade management are also covered.

Canvas Migration Boot Camp

This session helps instructors jumpstart their transition to Canvas. The process of moving courses into Canvas is demonstrated with special attention to best practices and tool mapping from Blackboard to Canvas. The one-hour session is followed by a one-hour open lab with extra staff on hand to assist instructors with course migrations.