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How-To: Share and Annotate Content in Zoom Meetings
Learn how to share your screen, an application, or a whiteboard in a Zoom meeting and make annotations on screen.
How-To: Recording, Saving, and Sharing Zoom Meetings
Learn how to record Zoom meetings, save them locally or to the cloud, and share them with students.
How-To: Using Breakout Rooms in Zoom
Learn how split your students out into separate breakout rooms in Zoom during live video conferences.
How-To: Scheduling, Starting, and Sharing Zoom Meetings in Canvas
Learn how to schedule, share, and start meetings in Zoom for your Miami courses through its integration with Canvas.
How-To: Extend Canvas Course Access For Students Who Are Working To Resolve An "Incomplete" Grade
When assigning an Incomplete, the instructor should explicitly communicate what the student will need to do in order to have their IU grade removed and changed to a passing grade by defining the course completion requirements and expectations (preferably in writing with acknowledgment by the student). This article explores the step-by-step instructions for extending Canvas Course Access for students.
How-To: Organize Canvas with Modules
“Modules” is the Canvas tool that enables you to organize and control the flow of your course material. Canvas modules offer a way to organize your course content in an intuitive way. Lecture materials, learning activities, and assessments like Quizzes, Assignments, and Discussions, can all be sorted into what Canvas refers to as "Modules."
How-To: Set Up Weighted Grades in Canvas Gradebook
To set up weighted grades in Canvas, you'll need to create what are called “Assignment Groups.” This guide will walk you through that process step by step.
How-To: See All Participants in a Webex Meeting by Changing Your View Settings
WebEx is a powerful tool that enables you to host, record, and share lectures, as well as hold virtual office hours, department meetings, and more. When participating in a Webex meeting, it is even possible to share the contents of your screen and invite others in the meeting to annotate that same content. When content isn’t being shared, the default Webex view is to show the participants of the meeting using three different “video layout” options.
How-To: Share Content and Annotate in Webex
When holding a video conference using Webex, you can also share content with the other participants in your conference. This means you can show them something on your computer screen, show them a file on your computer, or show them a whiteboard screen on which you can collaboratively draw and annotate digitally.