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Course Welcome Videos
Are you required to create your own welcome video for your course? The principle idea of the video is to inform students of who you are or who their teacher is and what they will be learning. This is a guide for some basic information to incorpor (More)
July Professional Development
This July we are focussing on sessions to assist you in preparing your blended learning and assessment for semester 2. We look forward to seeing you there. Upcoming Events for July Se (More)
Short, sharp training to help you use Library resources
The Library is running a series of Teaching Spotlight sessions this year. The Spotlights are brief online training sessions and videos to help you make best use of Library resources in your course. Well worth registering for, and if you can’t atte (More)
Is your Canvas Reading List ready for Semester 1?
If you need some help getting your reading list ready, we've got two short sessions coming up. If you can't make it, register anyway and we'll s (More)
[X-post] Feb 2021 - New ability for Course Coordinators to publish and unpublish courses on Canvas
[X-Post from Stuff you need to know – 10 December 2020] By February 2021, Course and Program Coordinators will have the ability to manage the publication of th (More)
Digital Transformation at Scale - 2019 Blended Learning Pilot
 As educators, we need to lead the way and design our pedagogical approaches for the students we have, not the students we wish we had. This requires approaches that are responsive, inclusive, adaptive, challenging, and compassionate. And it requires (More)
What is Collaborate Ultra - Flexible learning part 4
Collaborate Ultra is a real time video conferencing tool that enables users to add files, share applications, conduct polls and use a virtual whiteboard to interact. This tool, can be used to enable dynamic interactivity for online students. Collab (More)
How to create a Reading List - Flexible Learning Part 6
Reading lists (also known by some as Leganto) are a tool which integrates into Canvas and allows students to access assigned readings and support materials from within the course.   More)
Introducing Canvas Course Scheduler – Flexible Learning Part 7
Canvas Course Scheduler is an integrated feature of Canvas, which allows you (the academic) to identify regular times (office hours or consultation times), for students to get in touch about the course, this information is integrated into the Canvas (More)
Engaging students in online discussions
I hear many comments from teaching staff that students don't contribute to Discussion Boards or to online classroom discussions. This can be for a variety of reasons; one of the first being that they need to feel comfortable; that it is a safe place (More)
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