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If you do a hefty amount of assignment grading in Canvas, consider using these options to help streamline your approach while enhancing the impartiality of your grading process.
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With only twenty-four hours in each day, we are constantly pressed for time to support our teaching, research, and service obligations let alone our personal commitments! In this article we will review four fundamental ideas you can harness to support your teaching preparation and to utilize your resources as wisely as possible.
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Presence refers to an impression of community connectedness, togetherness, and awareness created by expressing strategic thoughts, feelings, and actions through an online medium. How will you convey your instructor presence to students?
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Cultivating instructor presence is essential to successfully facilitating an online course. Many instructors communicate their expectations to students through weekly reminder announcements, grades, and performance feedback. While these standard forms of correspondence certainly contribute to instructor presence, Canvas offers a number of convenient features that can be used to enhance learner-instructor interactions and open lines of communication in an online course.
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The Distance Learning Committee developed the 9 Principles for Online Teaching to establish best practices for online teaching at UNF.
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