Canvas Training

Virtual  Training Sessions

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📺 Recording of Training Sessions: Did you know that recordings of previous training sessions are available to watch at a time that suits you:

Online  Training Courses

Getting Started

‘Getting Started with Canvas at Queen’s’ is an online, self-paced introduction to Canvas which consists of 8 lessons.  The aim of the course is to prepare you to effectively and efficiently use Canvas to facilitate learning within your academic course(s), whether they are traditional, blended or fully online.
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Connected Learning

‘Connected Learning at Queen’s’ is an online, self-paced Canvas course, designed to support you in the development and delivery of your Canvas course during AY2020/21. The course includes tailored online guidance materials, short how-to type videos supported by a range of virtual training activities to guide you in your Connected Learning Journey.
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Small Group Teaching

This self-paced online course is intended for anyone new to teaching, including postgraduate teaching assistants and lab demonstrators. The course will introduce teaching fundamentals when supporting small groups, both face-to-face and online, with particular focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), accessibility and inclusive teaching activities.
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Accessibility Toolkit

This online course has been designed to inform you about accessibility, advise on how to create accessible content for learner variability, provide examples of good/bad practice, highlight tools which you can use to fix accessibility issues (e.g. Canvas Accessibility Checker, Blackboard Ally) and to signpost to monthly Training & Accessibility Drop-In Clinics.
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1-2-1   Support Sessions