New documentation is supplied to support faculty during Spring 2020 classroom closures:
⭐ NEW ⭐ Moving Course Activities Online - Faculty Guide to Solutions for Teaching Online (Live document, work in progress)
⭐ NEW ⭐ Using Canvas and Other Instructional Tools to Facilitate Classes During Emergencies Continuity Solutions Planning
⭐ NEW ⭐ Marshall's Basic Online Conversion Plan - Example of porting course content to Canvas from Dr. Marshall Jones
⭐ NEW ⭐ High Tech Mentors - Tech savvy volunteers have offered to help!
⭐ NEW ⭐ Zoom Security - Learn about tools and strategies you can use to keep your Zoom meetings protected from disruptions.
⭐ NEW ⭐ Canvas and Panopto Workshop Video - Canvas and Panopto for Remote Teaching and Learning
⭐ NEW ⭐ Panopto Editing and Advanced Features Workshop Video - Add YouTube videos, live Web pages, videos you have already created, and more to your Panopto recording.
⭐ NEW ⭐ Evans Library Transitioning Courses Online Page - Includes online library resources, video tutorials, and newly unlocked electronic resoources that publishers have made temporarily available. Check it out!
Information Technology provides training to faculty and staff for common technologies used around campus as well as best practices for pedagogy and integrating technology with instruction. Training is offered through workshops, one-on-one appointments, online conferences or courses, videos, or simple documentation (depending on the technology.) Banner training is provided by the Administrative Computing division. Most other technology training is provided by teaching specialists in the Instructional Technology division of I.T.
Training topics are shown alphabetically on the left, or check out our most popular topics below:
Instructor Workstations - Learn to control classroom technology to enrich your class with media from the source of your choice.
Canvas - Keep students and course materials organized online. Share a syllabus, make announcements, collect student submissions, and more.
Panopto - Record a lecture with Powerpoint slides and share the video with your class seamlessly through Canvas.