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Visit the ETS Linktree

July 19, 2021 by | Technology

What is Linktree? Linktree is a website that allows you to create a personalized and easily customizable webpage that houses all the important links you want to share with your audience. Why did ETS create a Linktree? We were looking for a simple way to put all our most important links in one place. At

How to Copy from One Canvas Course to Another

July 18, 2021 by | Canvas

Fall 2021 courses are now available in Canvas! Before you copy “All Content” please check the following resources and avoid the most common issues. Best Practice: Do NOT copy “All Content” when copying from one course to another. You will end up with more than you bargained for. Use caution when copying Calendar Events. It

Apply for the IETL Diversity Infusion Summer Institute

May 3, 2021 by | Training

Thirty full-time faculty are invited to participate in a new professional development opportunity this summer, June 21 – June 25. We are offering a new program called the ‘IETL Diversity Infusion Summer Institute’ where faculty will be challenged over a week-long period to orient their thinking in creating equitable and diverse courses and effectively incorporating

Canvas Updates April 2021

April 6, 2021 by | Technology

Assignments Webcam Submissions Summary In File Upload assignments, students can use their webcam to submit to an assignment. Change Benefit This change allows students to use their webcam to submit a file upload assignment from the browser and aligns behavior with the Canvas Student app. Affected User Roles & Behaviors Students For File Upload assignments,

Why I love using Hypothesis

April 5, 2021 by | Technology

This blog post is authored by Dr. Shira Klein, faculty in the Department of History of Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. “Hypothesis,” is a wonderful tool for making sure students have done the reading, or at least part of it. In disciplines where learning depends heavily on textual sources, ensuring that students

Teaching Tips Thursday: Wheel of Names

March 25, 2021 by | Technology

What is the Wheel of Names? Wheel of names is a free online tool to randomize names or images. Access Go to the wheel of names website to access https://wheelofnames.com/ Ideas for Using Wheel of Names Student names Team names Subject matter You can copy special characters like smileys from other websites and paste them

You’ve leveled up on technology: bringing it back to the classroom April 6 workshop will help faculty strategize how to support student learning as we transition back to the classroom

March 22, 2021 by | Training

The IETL is sponsoring an upcoming workshop that will benefit you as we transition back to teaching in the classroom. Through intense efforts over the past year, you have learned Canvas, Zoom, and other technologies. Your hard work will continue to benefit your instruction even when you return to the classroom. Join the April 6

Real Problems: Virtual Support

March 19, 2021 by | Training

Last March, as the Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States, Chapman University’s Educational Technology Services team launched a virtual support option for faculty. We flipped our model from in-person to virtual in a matter of days, and when we needed help, members from other departments happily stepped in. Our goal was to continue to deliver

Zoom default recording changes Effective March 26th 2021

March 15, 2021 by | Technology

Effective March 26th, 2021, Chapman will be changing the default cloud recording to: Record active speaker with shared screen. This change will provide a better viewing experience in Canvas for Students. Students will see only two options, audio and video. The prior default settings made five different files (speaker view, shared screen, gallery view, shared

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