Dear Chapman Community, Did you know that there is a way to search Chapman classrooms to see what a classroom looks like and what the room features are? Using the Online Classroom Inventory (OCI), you can: Search Chapman classrooms by building, by feature, by capacity, or by category (laboratory, active learning classroom, etc.). View photos
Dear Chapman Instructors and Staff, We hope that this message finds you well and that Fall 2022 is off to a great start. Join us in the Virtual Tech Hub for drop-in educational technology support via Zoom! The Virtual Tech Hub hours are: Monday through Friday from 2:30pm to 4:30pm The Virtual Tech Hub is
Gradebook Message Students Who Default Subject Line Summary When composing a message from the Message Student Who link in the Gradebook, a default subject line is added. Change Benefit This update improves instructor workflow by automatically inserting a corresponding subject line when composing a message to students and observers with the Message Student Who link.
Fall 2022 courses are now available in Canvas! We hope that you will find these resources helpful if you need to copy content from a past Canvas course or a template course into a Fall 2022 Canvas course. Canvas course copy best practices: Do not copy “All Content” when copying from one course to another.
Dear Instructors and Staff, We hope that this message finds you well. Join us this summer in the Virtual Tech Hub for drop-in educational technology support via Zoom! Beginning 5/31/22, the Virtual Tech Hub hours are: Monday through Thursday from 2:30pm to 4:30pm* The Virtual Tech Hub is for instructors and staff with questions about:
Dear Colleagues, As the Spring term draws to a close I’ve been thinking a lot about how I might better evaluate the efforts that I’ve put into crafting inclusive practices and culturally-responsive curriculum in the courses that I teach. To that end, I developed an evaluation rubric to gather feedback from the students in these
Kahoot! is an educational technology game-based platform tool designed to increase student engagement. Faculty can administer quizzes surveys and help facilitate student discussion. If you are interested in being part of Chapman’s Kahoot! EDU pilot or learning more about the tool’s features, please submit the intake form. Faculty can use their existing account or create a
Kahoot! is an educational technology game-based platform tool designed to increase student engagement. Faculty can administer quizzes, surveys, and help facilitate student discussion. Kahoot! increases the focus on subjects, motivates students to learn and is an effective method for active learning. By joining the pilot, you will be immersed in a virtual community of practice
Did you know that the Chapman community now has access to a tool called NameCoach? Students, instructors, and staff members can use NameCoach to create and share a recording of their name both inside and outside of Canvas. One great place to share your name recording (also known as your NameBadge) is in your email
Happy Monday! Chances are, you have some grading to do :-). For this week’s edition of Magna Mondays, we chose the 20-Minute Mentor “How Can I Grade in Less Time with Greater Impact?” presented by Dr. Amy Mulnix. We highly recommend watching the full video in 20-Minute Mentor Commons in the Chapman University Magna Campus.