In this video, several SRJC faculty share how they use the Discussion tool in Canvas for ice-breaker activities, for students to post webcam recordings of themselves as assignments, to build higher-level workplace skills through dialogue, and to collaborate on semester-long group projects.
JOIN THE DISCUSSION
To watch archived Teaching Tips videos and join Discussions with other SRJC faculty on timely topics, go to our Distance Education: Teaching Tips course in Canvas.
VIDEO ARCHIVE & DISCUSSION FORUMS
Videos are archived in the Distance Education: Teaching Tips course in Canvas, which also includes online Discussion forums for SRJC faculty. You will need to log in to Canvas to participate and subscribe to Discussions. Faculty are encouraged to pose questions, provide tips, and share experiences using Canvas and other teaching technologies.
Also see our Multimedia Creation tutorials and our online training module Canvas as a Pedagogical Platform. You can also sign up for a 1:1 consultation with our Instructional Designer, Liz du Plessis.
For immediate help with Canvas during the evening or weekend, call the Canvas Support Hotline. Click on the Help button in Canvas to see the number. It’s available 24/7, 365 days a year to all SRJC faculty and students.
In addition, you can always…