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Canvas: New Analytics

Good afternoon and welcome on today’s blog post on Canvas New Analytics. What is New Analytics? This ‘New Analytics’ tool is installed in Canvas and is visible within all Canvas courses you work in. The data is refreshed daily. As a result, the reporting of data can be delayed by Read more…

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Canvas: Embedding Video

We’ve been looking at all things Canvas for a number of weeks now. This includes: Canvas – Getting Started Simple Navigation Complex Navigation Rolling Over Content Help & Training Student Canvas Orientation Course Feedback / Queries Canvas VLE: Accessibility Statement Page Accessibility Checker Blackboard Ally (accessibility report) Organising File Structures Read more…

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Canvas Assessment: Similarity Checking

Yesterday, we looked at setting up portfolio assessment with multiple submissions in Canvas. Today, we would like to concentrate on setting up assessment with plagiarism checks. At Queen’s University, we use TurnItIn (Tii) to check for plagiarism and to feedback the similarity score to students. Setting up the assessment for Read more…

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Canvas Assessment: Setting up Online Submissions

We’re still running with our Canvas blog-a-thon and up until now, we have covered different Canvas themes to include: Canvas – Getting Started Simple Navigation Complex Navigation Rolling Over Content Help & Training Student Canvas Orientation Course Feedback / Queries Canvas VLE: Accessibility Statement Page Accessibility Checker Blackboard Ally (accessibility Read more…

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Canvas: Creating Simple Quizzes

Hello and welcome to the next installment of the Canvas blog-a-thon. Up until this point, we have looked at the following areas of Canvas: Canvas – Getting Started Simple Navigation Complex Navigation Rolling Over Content Help & Training Student Canvas Orientation Course Feedback / Queries Canvas VLE: Accessibility Statement Page Read more…

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Canvas: Recommended Reading Lists

We’ve already covered quite a few topics in Canvas over the last few weeks. Today, we’d like to turn our attention to the Recommended Reading Lists which may be compiled by academics, for students on different courses of study. Previously, reading lists would have comprised of physical books and/or publications Read more…