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What signals the end of the semester? For students (and instructors), the grand finale might be submitting the final exam or assignment, which certainly is an exciting moment, but what does this endcap say about the course?
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Replicating traditional classroom technologies, like drawing on a whiteboard, presents unique challenges in online education. While no solution fits perfectly in all scenarios, our experimentation and feedback have led us to identify several effective methods for facilitating virtual drawing and annotation in online teaching environments.
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Canvas now offers an option to add recurring events using the Canvas Calendar. Whether you want to schedule a repeating daily event, weekly event, or even a monthly event, there is a way to do it now through the Canvas Calendar.
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Developing comprehensive, clear, and fair rubrics can often be a time-consuming task. That’s where a large language model (LLM) like ChatGPT, Google Bard, or Claude 2 can help.
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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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Canvas offers a plethora of tools that instructors can leverage to streamline their workflows and save valuable time. Whether you’re managing assignments, grading, or communicating with students, these tools can enhance efficiency and provide a more engaging learning experience for students.
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In this article, we explore strategies that will help you make the most of your time and resources while teaching online.
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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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This article offers several suggestions that you might consider making to your course assignments that will make them less susceptible to students' use of ChatGPT.
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The CIRT ID team is excited to unveil significant changes to our Teaching Online Foundation (TOL) course, aimed at enhancing the online teaching experience for our instructors and focusing on the core principles of effective online instruction.
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