The department of Quantitative Theory and Methods (QTM) used the Academic Production Studio to record interviews in collaboration with Teaching & Learning Technologies in Fall 2019. These videos were then added to Canvas using the Canvas Studio tool for QTM students to view for professional development.
What’s In a Name… Pronunciation?
Part of feeling included and welcomed in a community starts with people knowing your name. One of the challenges that…
Canvas Studio Video Quizzing is Here!
Canvas Studio, Instructure’s video learning platform, introduces video quizzing! The quiz feature allows instructors, Teaching Assistants (TA’s), and Designers to create engaging and impactful learning experiences by adding quiz questions directly on the video’s timeline.
Engage and Connect with Students in Canvas
Finding creative and engaging ways to use Canvas to connect with students is one of the challenging and fun parts of setting up a course. Canvas has a huge variety of tools that can provide benefits for both faculty and students.
Canvas Studio (formerly Arc) is Here
Canvas Studio video learning platform (formerly Arc) is available in Emory Canvas courses. Teaching & Learning Technologies is excited to support Canvas Studio for all faculty and students at Emory.
Arc Video Learning Platform Added to Canvas
Emory University has acquired a license for the Canvas video learning platform Arc and it is now available in Emory Canvas courses. After a successful pilot, Teaching & Learning Technologies is excited to support Arc for all faculty and students at Emory.
Teaching with Canvas – Dr. Patricia Cahill Utilizes Arc to Get Students to Respond to Shakespeare
Dr. Patricia Cahill, professor of English, included journaling, interactive Arc videos, and a digital exhibit in her Canvas course for a brand new seminar on the topic of Shakespeare and Race.
Active Classrooms: Audience Response Systems – Poll Everywhere and Kahoot!
If you have ever thought about adding more interaction into your lectures, audience response systems (ARS) are easier than ever to use and a great tool for moving students beyond passive listening and note-taking.