Dear Colleagues, As this Spring term draws to a close, I want to celebrate your success at teaching through the pandemic and all of the uncertainty that has entailed. Our course evaluation global index scores increased during the 2020 terms and this is a testament to your investment in reaching out to your students during
During the first few weeks of the semester, we often receive questions from instructors who would like to download their class roster or who are looking for a way to download a list of their students’ email addresses from Canvas. Did you know that there is now a way to do this from New Analytics
What is the “Level Up” Design Series? The Level Up Canvas Course Design Series is an opportunity for Chapman faculty and instructors to take their Canvas course design to the next level. After an incredibly rapid transition from Blackboard to Canvas, this series will open up additional considerations and best practices to deliver truly engaging
You may (or may not) have heard about Panopto, our in-class and desktop lecture capture software, but now there’s even more reason to give it a try. Did you know it has a new quizzing feature that allows faculty to create videos and insert quizzes on key points? Even more, faculty can add these videos
Survey says…we get tired of emailed surveys. Our campus is currently experiencing very low response rates to emailed surveys, which is partially due to the overwhelming number of surveys we get via email. This has prompted our campus to create Guidelines for Conducting Online Surveys at our institution for surveys involving 100 individuals or more.
If you’ve read anything in the past few years, you’ve seen the uptick of the term “analytics” or “data analytics.” It’s such an important term that entire degrees have been formed around it. This might make it seem like data analysis is for someone else who specializes in interpreting data, but if you’re an instructor,