Shannon Muramoto

Shannon Muramoto

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End of Semester Canvas Checklist Tips for Wrapping up Your Course on Canvas

December 18, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

✔️Put in Zeros for Missing Assignments If students are missing assignments, you will need to put in zeros for those missing assignments. The easiest way to do this is to open your Grade Center and look for empty grade cells. Some instructors may also use the Missing Submission Policy in the gradebook settings. Resource: How do I enter

Discussions and Announcements Redesign Coming to Canvas

December 14, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

Dear Chapman Students, Instructors, and Staff, We are excited to announce that Canvas will introduce some new changes to its Discussions and Announcements. These changes are expected to be rolled out on July 20, 2024, and instructors will no longer be able to use the legacy Discussion and Announcements features. The redesigned Discussions and Announcements

The Poll Everywhere Visual Changes are Here!

June 2, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

Poll Everywhere has undergone an exciting visual update, bringing a modernized look and enhanced activity designs. This update introduces brighter colors, QR codes for seamless participation, and improved readability of activity results. Let’s explore the noteworthy changes that have been made: QR Codes for Easy Participation: Presenting your activity to the class now generates a

End of Semester Canvas Checklist Tips for Wrapping up Your Course on Canvas

May 11, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

✔️Put in Zeros for Missing Assignments If students are missing assignments you will need to put in zeros for those missing assignments. The easiest way to do this is to open your Grade Center and look for empty grade cells. Some instructors may also use the Missing Submission Policy in the gradebook settings. Resource: How do I enter

Understanding Turnitin’s AI Writing Detection Feature

April 20, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

Turnitin’s new AI writing detection feature has been the talk of the academic community, as it promises to help instructors detect potential plagiarism in student papers. However, users have reported false positives, highlighting the need for caution in relying solely on the tool. Rather than using this tool to prevent academic dishonesty, instructors can use

Jamming to Success Using Google Jamboard to Help Students Reflect and Learn

April 4, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

When I was a high school teacher, I was always looking for new ways to engage students and promote reflection in the classroom. During the pandemic, I learned that Google Jamboard was one of the easiest digital tools to help students reflect on their learning and promote student success. Here are three ways I’ve used

Upcoming Changes to Poll Everywhere New look! Same great engagement

March 31, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

Poll Everywhere is getting an exciting visual update that will release in a few months! The updates are still in beta testing and may change before release. Here is a sneak peek of what Poll Everywhere is planning on changing:   Visual Updates: Multiple Choice Overview: We heard your feedback and will update our visual

Unlock the Power of Your Canvas Files: A Guide for Students

March 6, 2023 by | Higher Ed and Technology: Academics at Chapman

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

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