Category: Canvas

Canvas is our learning management system that virtualizes all courses at USF. All online courses and “blended” classroom-based courses are supported by Canvas.

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Canvas has an appointment-scheduling tool for setting up individual conferences with students.  The instructor uses the tool to schedule a series of time slots, and the students sign up for them on a first-come, first-serve basis.  The instructor should provide …

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To record yourself presenting via webcam to Canvas Studio, you must be using a laptop with a webcam built-in and a microphone, or from a desktop computer that is equipped with webcam and mic accessories.  The steps are simple, and …

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Your instructor has asked you to upload a video to a Canvas assignment.  Now what do you do?  Here are three basic tutorials on uploading video to a Canvas assignment, or just to Canvas Studio to be used later.  There …

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In a few simple steps, this video tutorial shows you how to upload a video to Canvas Studio.  The screencast runs two minutes 50 seconds.

You can create new content in Canvas by creating a “page,” directly from a module.  The steps are shown in the screencast that follows. [frame width=”560px” height=”320px” allowfullscreen=”true” src=”https://stfrancis.instructuremedia.com/embed/23b9ac7c-ef46-4c6f-aa15-8c915e86c8a9″ frameborder=”0″][/iframe]

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You can create an assignment in Canvas that allows for students to submit videos of their work, whether it be a speech or some project in the style of a mini-documentary or demonstration.  The following screencast shows you three things: …

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The two minute 18 second screencast that follows walks you through the steps of grading a student-submitted paper in Canvas.

The 2 minute screencast shows you the steps to create an assignment in Canvas, whereby students turn in papers, Powerpoints, or other files for grading purposes.

The steps shown in the 3 minute screencast cover the technological and pedagogical steps for creating an asynchronous discussion in Canvas.

These procedures show how to upload a video, such as a PowerPoint video, directly to Canvas Content (a page, an assignment, a discussion topic or post, or a quiz), using Canvas Studio.  The procedures also show how to automatically load …

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