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If you missed our first offering of this webinar, we will offer it again next month!
Penn State’s Canvas Learning Center houses a comprehensive, self-directed curriculum designed to help all PSU faculty and staff learn how to get the most out of Canvas. This self-paced curriculum is called the Canvas Learning Path, and it collects the best tutorials, live training sessions, videos, and other resources from Canvas and Penn State sources into a logical progression designed to help all faculty and faculty-support staff learn how to get the most out of Canvas.
Kris Benefield, an instructional designer in ITS Training Services and the lead on the Canvas Learning Path project, will introduce the Canvas Learning Center and Canvas Learning Path, highlighting resources that support instructional objectives including organizing and delivering course content, creating assignments and quizzes, and grading student work.
During this webinar, you’ll discover:
How to access and navigate the Canvas Learning Center
• How to use the Course Design Checklist and the Learning Path to streamline the process of designing a new course from scratch
• How to get more out of live Canvas training by leveraging the Learning Path before, during, and after a session.
• The Training Services roadmap for updates and improvements to the Learning Center, and how you can influence those changes right away
Register here! Please choose “[05/18/16 – 05/18/16] Webinar012: Introducing the Learning Center” from the event drop down list. Registration will close on Monday, May 9. At that time you will receive the Adobe link to access the meeting space. All webinars are recorded and posted on our website for future viewing.
April 20, 2016 | 2 – 3 p.m. ET
Via Adobe Connect
In this accessibility/universal design webinar, the focus will be on how to make your online course more accessible to all learners. This presentation is a PowerPoint presentation that will be facilitated by Julie Lang in Educational Technology Services and Paula Bigatel in Faculty Development at World Campus. There will be a focus on the principles of Universal Design that when applied, ensure that content is accessible to not only students with disabilities, but also all types of learners. Many practical examples of what works will be shown so that you can incorporate best practices into your teaching right away.
Register here! Please choose “[04/20/16 – 04/20/16] Webinar 011: Universal Design” from the event drop down list. Registration will close on Monday, April 25 at 8 a.m. Immediately after registration closes you will receive an Adobe link to access the webinar space. All webinars are recorded and posted on our website for future viewing.
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