Canvas How To's for Instructors
Need to know how to create a quiz or assignment? Have questions about using weighted grading in Canvas? Click here.
Get tips from other instructors that may have already worked in an area you are interested in exploring. CITE's staff also share information about projects they have helped to create for insructors. One of these tips may save you a huge amount of time!
Learn More About Canvas!
Workshops: Learn Canvas through a series of five different classes. The workshops are best taken in order, but they can be taken in any order since you will have several opportunities to take them throughout the upcoming semesters. Find course descriptions and register at the training registration website.
Canvas 101: Canvas 101 will give you everything you need to know about Canvas to begin building in the new LMS. Any faculty or staff can self-enroll into the course, so go to the course to self-enroll.
Canvas 201: Once you are comfortable with building your course in Canvas, enroll in this course to learn more about creating stand out graphical elements to help make your course look great!
Canvas 202: Accessibility is an important issue and this course will give you some tips about how to make sure your Canvas course is on the road to accessibility.
WebEx Sessions: Not available to meet for a face-to-face workshop? We are also offering live and synchronous online workshops via WebEx.
Department & College Workshops: If you would like to arrange a workshop for your department or college, please contact CITE.
Don't forget to check out Hoonuit!
Every NKU faculty member, staff member and student has instant access to thousands of video-based tutorials on hundreds of different software products. From Adobe Photoshop to Twitter to Canvas to Microsoft Access, our subscription to Hoonuit gives everyone on-demand access whether you are looking to learn a new software program or just need a two minute refresher on how to do a certain task. Click the icon to the left to go directly to their site.
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