eL105 Canvas Grading-2019 FALL (f2f)

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eL105 Canvas Grading-2019 FALL (f2f)

eL105-CANVAS Grading (f2f, 3hrs) Continue your Canvas experience with the ins and outs of grading in Canvas, facilitated by Clark eLearning. WORKSHOP AVAILABLE FOR CLARK COLLEGE EMPLOYEES ONLY:   PREREQUISITES: eL101- Intro to Canvas COURSE DESCRIPTION: This face-to-face workshop is designed for instructors who will use Canvas for grading, student submissions online or in class, and/or course grade calculations. By the end of the workshop, you should have a working knowledge of all grade-related features in the Canvas LMS including the opportunity to actually grade student-submitted work. This workshop provides first-hand experience with topics including: Setting up and organizing the Assignments area Creating Assignment Groups (grading categories) Setting up course grading calculations for either weighting or points-based systems Adding graded Assignment, Discussion, and Quiz objects to your course Real-time grading of Assignments, Discussions, Quizzes (text entry, documents with DocViewer, media, with/without rubric, group work, and essay question quizzes) Recommendations for effective feedback comments (from Quality Matters) and with webcam Creating and managing rubrics Adding rubrics to assignments, discussions, quizzes Extensive resources are available to provide more depth of topics.

OTHER eLEARNING OFFERINGS AVAILABLE: eL105-Canvas Grading eL110-Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (contact Kathy Chatfield for information) eL121-Introducton to Zoom (presented synchronously online) eL130-Universal Design for Learning (UDL) eL131-Accessible Canvas Items (including Ally) eL132-How to Screencast and Edit Videos eL133-How to Caption Your Videos eL200-Introduction to Online Teaching eL201-Online Teaching and Design strategies (eLearning 201, fully online) eL202-Teaching Online with Hybrid Format (eLearning 202, hybrid) eL210-Efective Online Discussions (eLearning 210, online format) eL221-Effective Use of Instructional Technology eL222-Active Delivery: Motivating & Retaining Online Students Contact the Instructional Design team at InstDesign@clark.edu for more information..

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