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2024 Creative Learning Experience With Adobe: A Student Perspective of the Event

March 14, 2024 by Briana Craig | Technology

This blog post is authored by Briana Craig, Student Technology Assistant at Educational Technology Services. The Creative Learning Experience with Adobe workshop provided an informative and eye-opening journey into the world of Adobe Creative Cloud products. As I entered the workshop, my knowledge was limited to the basics of only a few Adobe products. However, now that I’ve

Student Engagement with Ease How Padlet for Schools Can Help You

January 19, 2024 by | Technology

Padlet is an interactive online bulletin board that allows instructors to use templates such as timelines, grids, and maps to help structure how posts are organized visually. Students can post text, video, audio, images, links, drawings, and more. In addition to the above, here are some reasons why you should consider using Padlet: Virtual bulletin

Some thoughts for Spring about AI, Canvas Spotlights, and more

May 9, 2023 by | Canvas

Walking across campus with the scent of orange blossoms on the breeze is one of the best aspects of being located in the cities of Orange and Irvine. With Spring comes gentle weather, longer days, and the finish of the Spring term. It also brings one of my new-favorite traditions, which is the student nominations

Sustainability Microcredential Program

March 22, 2023 by | Canvas

To address the climate crisis and promote sustainability efforts on campus, Educational Technology Services consulted with the Office of Sustainability and the Faculty Senate Sustainability Committee to create the Sustainability Microcredential Program. The Sustainability Microcredential Program encourages Chapman University faculty and instructors to consider multiple ways to reduce paper usage by leveraging Chapman resources, the

Canvas Updates- Students

March 24, 2022 by | Canvas

Assignments Submission Feedback Indicator Summary In the Assignment Details page, the Show Rubric and View Feedback links indicate when new comments have been added as an annotation or in a rubric. Change Benefit This change allows students to see when new comments have been added to a submission. Feature Workflow The View Feedback link displays an indicator if annotated

Hypothes.is One-on-one consultation

February 11, 2022 by | Canvas

Are you interested in increasing student engagement, expanding reading comprehension, and building critical thinking and community in classes? Hypothes.is allows for collaborative annotation that makes reading active, visible, and social, enabling students to engage with their texts, teachers, ideas, and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways. Autumn Ottenad, Customer Success Specialist from Hypothes.is offers

Teaching Untethered Step away from the podium

October 29, 2021 by | Technology

Teaching untethered removes the physical barriers that separate instructors from the students. The connected classrooms are equipped with Apple TV. Instructors use airplay on the iPad to share their screen with the classroom projector.  We encourage instructors to interact with their students and step away from the podium. Instructors can walk around the classroom and

Hypothes.is App in Canvas Available Now for Fall 2021

August 18, 2021 by | Canvas

Spring 2021-Summer 2021 we had a successful pilot for Hypothes.is and Gradescope in Canvas. There was fantastic feedback from faculty and students. As a result, we will be having a University site license for Hypothes.is starting this Fall 2021 term. Hypothesis is an easy to use pedagogical tool that enables students and teachers to have

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