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Web Accessibility 101: Level One is now available in Canvas! This asynchronous, self-paced course is the first of three levels that focuses on making online content accessible for everyone. Level One covers basic accessibility fundamentals that you need to know to ensure that your content is accessible to your entire audience. If you create content […]

What is Cross-listing in Canvas? Cross-listing allows you to move section enrollments from individual courses and combine them into one course. This feature is helpful for instructors who teach several sections of the same course and only want to manage course data in one location. Instructors can create assignments/assessments for individual sections or all sections […]

Course content can be imported/copied from an existing course to a new (empty) course shell in Canvas. This content may include assignments, modules, pages, and discussions from a previous Canvas course, or the entire course content and settings can be imported. Note: users can only import content from their own enrollments. Please note, it is […]

An effective way to serve many, or large, files to students in Canvas is by using Box within a page on your Canvas course. This guide outlines how to use Box to embed a directory within your Canvas course. Step 1: Sign in to your UNCG Box account Log in to your account using your […]

Join us for a free, virtual conference for the UNCG community! Adapt 2021 is an interactive, collaborative event for the UNCG faculty, staff and graduate students centered around the joy of teaching, learning, and scholarship. Adapt 2021 will feature Concurrent Presentation Sessions, Poster Sessions, Facilitated Roundtable Discussions, and Online Course Tours. Participants can schedule in-person appointments […]

An upcoming workshop offered by University Libraries will outline the process by which faculty may share and store Zoom videos using Panopto in Canvas. The workshop is scheduled for January 19th, 2021 from 12:00-12:30pm. If you are planning to record Zoom sessions in Canvas please consider registering for the workshop. More from UNCG Libraries Online […]

From UNCG ITS: On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the login process for Canvas will change to the process used for other cloud applications at UNCG, such as Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), Zoom and Microsoft Office 365. Read more from ITS in their posted news article. In short, the new process will require the username […]

From the UTLC Advisory Board: “Although we, as faculty, are experiencing our fair share of ‘Zoom exhaustion,’ students are particularly vulnerable to its deleterious effects. Students are often tied to their computers for hours on end with back-to-back classes in dorm rooms that may be several floors from the ground level, leaving no time to […]

UNCG ITS has posted a knowledge base article that outlines best practices for online assessments. As you transition to online assessment for the Fall 2020 semester end, this information may be useful during your preparation. The article outlines the following areas: Choose a quiz format Maintain exam integrity Schedule exam and set a time limit […]