TDLS 2023 - Tips and Tricks for Canvas You May Not Know
In this demonstration session, attendees will be encouraged to follow along as they desire if they have a pre-existing Canvas course: Homepage including buttons that direct students where to start in the modules; syllabus that can be published to the public; menu in navigation to include fewer menu items to include a customized menu item with the redirect app; settings to select the number of announcements viewed at the top of the home page; page history and undelete to restore accidently changed/deleted items; inline files and embedded video and other online content; course copy without announcements; adaptive releases and checkboxes for items in modules; Speedgrader for text, voice, and video feedback on submissions; As time permits and as attendees’ Canvas accounts allow, using Canvas Studio for video assignments; Using the accessibility checker. These are all important tools and features that assist in customizable course design and benefit learners.
Kristi Reyes, OTAN
NOTE TO VIEWERS: This video has a few issues with color contrast in a few sections where graphics, or websites, are viewed. Although the content is not affected, there may be areas more difficult to see for those with vision impairments.