Welcome to our PAC Series!
Here we will be sharing the video recordings of our PAC series done in the Fall semester of 2020. We hope this series of video tutorials proves helpful and informational to you.
- Course Migration
- Panopto Basics
- Canvas Modules
- Canvas Quizzes
- Moderating Tests in Canvas
- Setting Up Office Hours in Canvas
- Collecting Micro & Macro Data
- Peer-Review in Canvas
Remember! CSU Stanislaus is migrating from Blackboard to Canvas at the end of Spring 2021! This video will teach you how to move the content that you have in Blackboard into Canvas to make the migration easier.
What is Panopto and how it can work for you? This video will walk through Panopto, how it integrates seamlessly with Canvas, and how it can be used to house your Zoom recordings.
Modules are used to organize course content by weeks, units, topic, or whatever organizational structure works for your course. With modules, you are essentially creating a one-directional linear flow of what you would like your students to do.
In this tutorial we will be discussing quizzes in Canvas. What they are, how to use them, and how to accommodate students all in Canvas.
This video will discuss creating and moderating exams. The interface, setting up different kinds of questions, proctoring, and troubleshooting!
Want to learn how to set up your office hours via Canvas? Check out our video to learn more.
Interested in collecting student data? This video will go over how to collect mico/macro data and what we can do using that information as well as how to use Canvas' survey feature and notes in Gradebook.
Interested in peer review within Canvas? Here we discuss an in-progress peer review to help you understand how it works as its working. Once it’s done, we will demonstrate how it will be viewed from your perspective as well as how to view the peer-to-peer interactions.