Faculty: Want to learn more about setting up Canvas Gradebook? See our latest webinar on how to prepare for end of the semester calculations.Continue Reading
Learn the advantages when you enable Zoom in Canvas or eCampus. Students can attend your sessions and watch your recordings without leaving their course.Continue Reading
This webinar will help you better understand how to make PowerPoint presentations accessible for all of your students, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.
25-minute video by Sandra R. ChildersContinue Reading
This webinar covers the various ways you can add content to your course in Canvas. We will focus on adding documents and creating pages while ensuring your course materials are accessible to all students.Continue Reading
This workshop includes an overview of how to set up quizzes and exams using the Canvas quiz tool.
Learn about different types of questions and the testing options to ensure you create a secure test. Also, make sure those with accommodations have enough time to take their exams.Continue Reading
Microsoft Teams is a communication and collaboration platform that combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and application integration. It can be a valuable tool to add to your teaching toolkit to supplement your teaching in multiple ways.
This panel presents two faculty experiences who have used teams extensively to support their courses, from sharing class notes using OneNote to student projects and communication. We will also hear from a technical expert on the scope of this product and other use cases.Continue Reading
Learn how to create accessible tables in Word so students can easily understand your data, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.Continue Reading
Contrast is a measure of the difference in perceived “luminance” or brightness between two colors.
This brightness difference is expressed as a ratio ranging from 1:1 (e.g., white text on white background) to 21:1 (e.g., black text on white background).
Learn some contrast and color accessibility guidelines and how to ensure you’re using colors that all of your students can see when you create your Word documents.Continue Reading
This panel will highlight recent advances in 3D printing and opportunities for engineering solutions to support needs in cancer care. Subject matter experts will present their perspectives and participate in a moderated questions and answers session with attendees.Continue Reading
It is important to create accessible links throughout your documents and courses for your students. In this post, we’ll give your guidelines to help you create accessible links.
We’ll also show several examples of “bad” and “good” links to help you distinguish what types of links to use in your documents.Continue Reading