It’s not too early to begin planning your end-of-semester course activities. Here are a few suggestions on Canvas tools, Gradebook tips, and upcoming workshops to help you round out your semester.
Groups are a subset of a course with their own Canvas site and provide students with opportunities to collaborate, exchange ideas, and review peer work.
Watch the 4min: 52sec video tutorial on creating and managing group sets and groups in a course.
After creating groups sets and groups, you can:
For graded/ungraded assignments
Learn more about creating Group assignments and discussions
While the Gradebook is a helpful tool for organizing grading in your course, there are additional features to know about that allow for more than just managing scores.
It’s getting close to the end of the semester, so that means final exams, essays, and more.
Helpful assessment information:
Best Practices for Online Assessments, self-paced workshops
This workshop offers a comprehensive guide to designing and delivering practical assessments online. The asynchronous workshop will take you through pedagogical design thinking that undergirds valid and practical evaluation. We will cover strategies for using Canvas and Canvas-integrated tools, considerations for providing feedback that learners use, and share information about non-Canvas quiz assessment methods to consider deterring cheating. Log in
You won’t want to miss the upcoming live workshops for Turnitin Similarity and Canvas Analytics for Student Success.
Upcoming workshops for the end of the semester: