Home-TEST

Grades are due by Wednesday, December 9 at 2:15 PM. Use this checklist to conclude your Canvas course and submit final grades.

Create your course, specify course settings, choose a homepage, and make the course available to students.

Webinars on course design, engaging students, inclusion, accessibility, web conferencing (Webex, Zoom, MS Teams), and more.

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Preparing to Teach a Condensed-Format Course

As an instructor looking to condense a course to this new format, shorter courses bring a new challenge: determining the appropriate balance of efficiency and...

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Arrange for course reserves ASAP (ISU Library)

Plan ahead to work with Course Reserves to prepare required materials for your winter and spring courses, whether interested in articles & chapters, books, DVDs, or...

Teaching News

Preparing to Teach a Condensed-Format Course

As an instructor looking to condense a course to this new format, shorter courses bring a new challenge: determining the appropriate balance of efficiency and rigor in the higher learning experience.

Instructional Tools & Updates

Technology Updates (December 2, 2020)

December 2, 2020 updates include: Canvas Rich Content Editor, ISU AdminTools course conclusion, Webex, Turnitin, Panopto, Piazza, and FERPA Enforcement.

Canvas Release (October 2020)

In the October 17, 2020 Canvas Release, the Global Navigation Menu includes a Recent History link, the user-level Notifications page has been updated, and the MathJax JS library has been improved to render equations in a more accessible format.