Dear Chapman Univerity faculty, To help you prepare for the upcoming semester, we have updated our Canvas support resources. E-mail hehp: email@example.com Virtual support: Monday to Friday, 9:30-11:30 am & 2:30-4:30 pm at the Virtual Tech Hub Canvas Support Knowledgebase: In this knowledgebase, you will find information about the Chapman-specific use of Canvas that may not
Dear Chapman University faculty, Educational Technology Services will be hosting “How to Organize Your Canvas Course Series.” Chapman University instructional designers will share their best practices on engaging your students through Canvas, and show you how to use the tools in Canvas to simplify your communication. Please click on the links below to find out
Dear Chapman University faculty, Canvas offers limited storage space in each course. Typically it’s either 1 or 2 gigabytes. To ensure you won’t run out of space, we recommend using external file-sharing tools such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Office 365. If you want to upload documents to Canvas directly, consider converting them to PDF.
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
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
Instructors, if you have graders assisting you with grading, please be sure to share the following information with them: All individuals performing grading in a course should be aware of how the SpeedGrader works. Please share directions on how to use the SpeedGrader from the Canvas Guides. When the SpeedGrader is launched, all assignment data
Dear Chapman University faculty, As the new semester starts, I would like to share some tips with you to help you start your classes online. You can click on each link below to receive more information. On behalf of the Educational Technology Services Team, I wish you an excellent start to the fall semester and
Dear Chapman University faculty and staff, As the semester starts, all of us will be utilizing online meeting tools more often than before, and it is essential to have a contingency plan in case there are disruptions in service. As great as online meeting providers are, sometimes they may encounter technical issues that will interrupt
Instructors, In order for students to receive Announcements, Inbox messages,or to see your course, the course must be PUBLISHED in Canvas. Canvas tip: Your course must be published to send Announcements or use the Inbox for your course. There are three layers of publishing. Please follow the links for instructions. Publish the COURSE Publish the
First, Claim your account at https://chapman.zoom.us Next, Learn to use the Zoom/Canvas Integration to schedule your meetings Then, Completely new to Zoom? Attend live training! Explore the top Zoom resources at Zoom Consider, Start exploring activities you can use in Zoom Last, Practice! If you need technical support on using Zoom, contact the Service Desk.