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How-To: Use Google Meet for Video Conferencing with Students
Google Meet is an online meeting tool for video conferences that uses the camera and microphone on your computer or mobile device to connect you to a virtual conversation.
How-To: Host, Record, and Share Lectures in Webex
Webex makes it easy to collaborate with others. You can also use WebEx to record your Webex sessions so students can view them at a later date. This virtual meeting solution is available to all faculty, staff, and students on all Miami campuses. All Miami faculty and staff can have accounts and create meetings.
Giving Quality Instructor Feedback in Canvas
Instructor presence, especially in the form of meaningful feedback on performance, is extremely important both to student satisfaction and achievement of learning outcomes. Luckily, Canvas has many built-in tools instructors may use to make feedback, and thus student success and satisfaction, better.
Miami Regionals E-Campus 2019 ITC Award for Excellence in E-Learning
Congratulations to Karen Brown, Assoc Professor of Nursing and Brigid Naglich, E-Campus Instructional Designer, award recipients of the 2019 ITC Award for Excellence in E-Learning for Nursing Care of Older Adults, online course of the year.
How-To: Extend Time on Assignments in Canvas
Have you received a Faculty Notification Letter about a student accommodation that requires extra time on timed assignments? Get step-by-step instructions for extending time on assignments in Canvas here.
How-To: Repair Broken Navigation Buttons on Your Canvas Course Homepage
Occasionally, the course navigation links in your Canvas courses are broken. This guide will show you how to repair them so that students can easily navigate your courses.
How-To: Repair Broken URL Links in Canvas
Occasionally, the hyperlinks in your Canvas courses can become broken. This guide will show you how to repair them so that students can easily navigate through your course content.
How-To: Updating or Repairing File Links in Canvas
You may find it necessary to update or repair file links within your Canvas courses. This guide will show you how.
How-To: Publish Your Course in Canvas
You've gotten your course ready for students in Canvas. Now what? You'll have to publish your course in Canvas before students can see your content. Find out how.