One of the tools ICT has integrated into Canvas to help students collaborate with peers is accessible through the Collaborations link in the course navigation menu. From here, both Students and Instructors have the ability to create collaborative Word Docs, Excel Spreadsheets, or PowerPoint Presentations between members of the class.
In this post we’ll provide you with a few examples of how you might design a few different learning activities and assessments that make use of this tool integration to promote social and collaborative meaning making in your class. Continue reading “Designing Learning Activities using Canvas Collaborations”
There are a number of Office 365 integrations that can be built into the learning activities in your Canvas course, making it easier for you and your students to generate, share, and collaborate in Office 365 files, and for students to access their OneDrive cloud storage. This post will discuss how those integrations fit into our current LMS arrangement, and share a handful of links and ideas to get you started on building learning activities that take advantage of Office 365.
Continue reading “Office 365 and Canvas”
In this Issue: Do more in Canvas
- 7 Tips for Setting up Group Projects in Canvas
- Collaborative tools in Canvas
- For student’s sake
- Upcoming training opportunities from Training and Development and GMCTL
- DEU support and contact information
Continue reading “DEU EdTech Quick Tips – Issue 27”