Dear Chapman Students, Instructors, and Staff, Do you use the Google integration in Canvas to submit assignments, add files (Docs, Sheets, Slides) to modules and pages, or create collaborations? As announced in this November 6 communication, we now have two Google integrations in Canvas: the old Google Apps LTI and the new Google Assignments LTI
Canvas LMS users who use Apple devices can now enjoy a more streamlined experience thanks to a recent enhancement. The new feature enables students and instructors to interact with files from iWork apps like Keynote, Pages, and Numbers directly in Canvas, simplifying the submission process for assignments and making grading even more efficient for teachers.
Benefits of Atomic Search for Canvas Atomic Search is a fully integrated search tool in Canvas that allows you to search the full text of your course content. It’s as easy as searching on Google. Quickly search Pages, Announcements, Files, Assignments, Syllabi, Discussions (titles), Modules, and external URLs with one click. It can search for
Dear Chapman Instructors and Staff, It is now possible to create custom playlists using YuJa. Below please find instructions for creating and sharing a YuJa playlist. Creating your playlist Access YuJa by navigating to video.chapman.edu or by clicking on YuJa in the left-side navigation menu of a Canvas course. Click on Playlists in the menu
Did you know that there’s a personal and private storage area in Canvas where you can easily manage and view all the files you’ve uploaded? To access this storage area, click on your profile picture in the top left corner of Canvas, then select the Files link. Familiarizing yourself with your personal Canvas file storage
Last year we posted Teaching Untethered: Step away from the podium. We want to now review how students can benefit from the technology in our Chapman classrooms. More and more learners are now bringing their digital devices, such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones, into the classroom. Instructors can use these devices to engage the classroom,
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.
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
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
Final exam season has arrived. These last two weeks of the semester can be a super stressful time for both instructors and students. For this week’s edition of Magna Mondays, we chose a 20-Minute Mentor presented by Dr. Kristin Roush about how instructors can help students alleviate test anxiety. You can watch “How Can Students