Upcoming Workshops

Intro to Canvas

New to Canvas or need a refresher? Learn the basics of Canvas to run your course from a distance. We’ll cover:

  • Canvas interface & navigation
  • Course settings
  • Creating course content and sharing files with students
  • Creating assignments and managing grades
Teaching with Zoom: Scheduling, Management, and Engagement

Zoom’s Canvas integration allows you to automatically invite your students to virtual sessions! We will cover the basics of Zoom meetings, including:

  • Scheduling meetings
  • Sharing audio and video
  • Sharing PowerPoint presentations
  • Sharing your screen
  • Viewing attendance lists
  • Using waiting rooms
  • Putting students in breakout rooms
  • Preventing interruptions like Zoombombing
  • Recording and archiving meetings


Zoom for Office Hours and Recurring Meetings

Zoom enables you to schedule and conduct one-time or recurring meetings. Join us to learn about:

  • Scheduling one-on-one meetings or group collaborations
  • Using waiting rooms
  • Sharing audio and video
  • Sharing PowerPoint or other live screens
  • Recording meetings and sharing
Canvas Quizzes & Exams

Wondering how you’re going to test your students online? We’ll give you the basics, including creating multiple choice, true/false, and essay questions

Exam Security in Canvas

Ready to take your Canvas exams to the next level in security? We’ll cover best practices for promoting academic integrity, including:

  • Question banks
  • Randomized exams
  • Using Respondus Monitor for remote proctoring
Prerecording Lectures with Mediasite

This video hosting platform Mediasite fully integrates with Canvas. You can use Mediasite to upload videos to your course and make them available only to your course members. You can also use it to narrate PowerPoint presentations and save them as videos right within Canvas!

Ally for Accessibility in Canvas

Ally makes course content more accessible for students. Learn how Ally can check the accessibility of your course content and get tips on how to improve accessibility where needed. Students can also use the Ally integration to access course content in alternative formats, including audio and electronic braille.  

Lightboards: Remote Live and Prerecording

Faculty conducts Zoom meeting using lightboard

Faculty can use lightboards to prerecord virtual lecture content or to deliver a remote live course. Write on a glass pane and the recorded video image is reversed for students! Use these to develop lecture material with straightforward writing or to annotate PowerPoints.

Fall TLC Roundtables