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Important Course Evaluation Dates

November 12, 2020 by | Canvas

As we wrap up the fall term, it’s time for course evaluations. Below you will find the evaluation windows and helpful reminders for the Law School, Orange Campus, and Rinker Campus: Law School (semester) November 10 – November 24 Orange Campus (semester) & Rinker campus (trimester) November 30 – December 12 What do faculty need

11/18 – Attend the Proctorio Roundtable Discussion Register now!

November 11, 2020 by | Canvas

Faculty are invited to join a Proctorio Roundtable Discussion on Wednesday, November 18, from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. via Zoom. Proctorio is a test monitoring software that can be integrated into Canvas quizzes. At this roundtable discussion, you will hear from both faculty who feel that they must use Proctorio to ensure the integrity of

Recommended Proctorio Settings for Chapman instructors

November 10, 2020 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman University faculty, Proctorio is a remote proctoring tool integrated into Canvas quizzes that helps maintain online exams’ academic integrity. It allows instructors to choose settings that manage how an exam is proctored. Proctorio offers an array of settings. However, it is up to you to select your preferred settings depending on your course

End-of-semester Information for Chapman instructors

November 6, 2020 by | Canvas

Canvas Courses for 2021 Interterm and Spring Trimester courses are already loaded in Canvas Spring semester courses will load the first week of December Instructions for copying content from one Canvas course to another Final Exam Policies All full-time and part-time faculty members are expected to adhere to the final examination policies unless otherwise granted

How to copy from one Canvas course to another

November 6, 2020 by | Canvas

Interterm courses are available in Canvas and Spring 2021will be loaded in December. At that time, you will want to start copying content over.  Before you hit “copy all” please check the following resources and avoid the most common issues. Best Practice: Do NOT “Copy All” when copying from one course to another. You will

How to grade a Turnitin assignment in Canvas For Instructors

October 27, 2020 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman University faculty, If you are using Turnitin to grade and add comments on your students’ assignment submissions in Canvas, there are a few specific steps you need to take to ensure those comments and final assignment grades are available to students. We have created a page in our Canvas Support Knowledgebase Course to

Optimizing your Canvas course storage For Instructors

October 8, 2020 by | Canvas

Dear Chapman University faculty, As you continue to teach remotely, you may need to optimize your Canvas account’s storage space to share large files with your students. Your Canvas course storage is limited, so if you upload too many large files, you may run out of space. In this blog, we will review some of

New Gradebook Feature in Canvas Student ID Column

October 8, 2020 by | Canvas

Student IDs now appear in the Canvas Gradebook, making it easier for instructors to distinguish students with similar/identical names sort students when exporting the Gradebook When exporting the Gradebook in Canvas, there is now a new column called StudentID. For more information on how to use the Gradebook in Canvas, visit the Instructor Guide.  

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