How to Use Canvas...and Get Away with it: Everything Begins at Inception Paid Members Public
The Mission Eames: Listen, if you’re going to perform inception you need imagination. Dom Cobb: Let me ask you something, have you done it before? Eames: We tried it. We got the idea in place, but it didn’t take. Dom Cobb: You didn’t plant it deep enough?
Canvas Strategies: Community Cohesion Paid Members Public
Discussions are ideal forums for building both community cohesion and affective association. These qualities promote social presence and by extension increase the likelihood of increased engagement. That feeling of being isolated that so many students feel especially in online only spaces can be reduced by using these strategies. These strategies
Discussions in Canvas LMS Paid Members Public
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Make Your Wordle Accessible Paid Members Public
If you're riding the Wordle train you've no doubt shared your results for the day (however proud or disappointed in your performance you might be) on social media. Unfortunately, those results are written with emojis which aren't especially accessible to our friends who use screen readers and they rely on
Building Better Remote Classroom Experiences Paid Members Public
How can you build affective association in your virtual classroom to improve the engagement of your students.
Pomodoro Method + Canvas Paid Members Public
The Pomodoro Method is a great way to give your students agency during your instructional time. A Pomodoro Timer can be embedded into your Canvas course as well.
Simplify Your Canvas Paid Members Public
Canvas is complex but it doesn't have to be. By creating the "Strip Mall" version of your modules, users have a one stop shop for all the content and assignment.
Virtual Event Production: Behind the Scenes Paid Members Public
We have had the pleasure over the last year of working with accessibility consultant, Marcy Sutton and Evinced, a company centered on improving the state of accessibility on the internet by offering automated accessibility testing tools that go beyond Google's Lighthouse. We worked with them to produce two episodes of