Moraine Valley Community College is a proud member of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). As a member, we have access to NISOD’s webinar series, including both live and archived webinars. Register today for Teaching Techniques: Beyond Lectures on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 1-2 pm central time.
Page History: Looking to undo a mistake you made to a page in Canvas? Did you know you can view a page history and restore to an earlier version by clicking the page settings gear? See the Page History guide for more information. Undelete: Did you accidentally delete an item from your course and want to restore it? Add the text “/undelete” to the end of your website address for a list of items that can be restored. This list doesn’t last forever, so the faster you can “undelete” the better! More Tips and Tricks? Looking for even more Canvas […]
I heard your question as “How do I manage all these courses?” rather than just “How do I delete those that I don’t want”. You can delete the master manually created courses that you create. Dashboard Organization Which courses display on your Dashboard when you log in can be managed by clicking the ‘Courses’ icon then selecting ‘All Courses’. The stars on the left are the way you select which courses you want to see when you log in on the Dashboard. This example “A New Course” will be on the Dashboard and “AA test course shell” will not be […]
Did you know that Canvas has a built in “Roll Call Attendance” tool? With the Attendance tool, instructors can keep track of course attendance by taking roll electronically. Instructors can choose to view the tool in a list or grid format and can customize the placement of each student in the seating chart. To enable the Roll Call Attendance tool: Go to Course Settings > Navigation, and drag the Attendance menu item into the course navigation menu and click the Save button. Students will not see this item on the course menu. Note: The first time you take attendance, the […]
The Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting its New Staff Orientation Luncheon on Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 in Building M. The event is for all new Moraine Valley staff members and serves as the culminating event of the New Staff Orientation program. All new staff should have received an individual invitation to attend this event via email. If you are a new staff member and have not received an invitation, please contact Matthew Piper, Manager of Staff Training & Development as soon as possible at x5553 or via email at email@example.com Thank you, The Center for Teaching and Learning
What’s an RSS feed? Ever notice a small icon in your address bar or on a web page that looks like radio waves, just like this one? The icon denotes something called “Really Simple Syndication”, better known as an “RSS feed”. The RSS feed is a way for websites to communicate articles of content through tools known as feed readers. These feed readers allow an individual to add an RSS feed for quick access to a website’s articles without having to visit a website itself. The best part? Most websites have RSS feeds, including this one! All you need to […]
The Center for Teaching and Learning is proud to host the New Faculty and Staff Welcome Reception! Meet and mingle with Moraine Valley’s newest faculty and staff from across campus. Refreshments will be served. Date: Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 Time: 3:30-5:00 p.m. Location: Building L Atrium For questions contact Matthew Piper, manager of Staff Training and Development, at x5553. We hope to see you there! The Center for Teaching and Learning
By default, all new Canvas courses are unpublished. While a course is unpublished, the assigned teacher can access and edit the course, but students cannot access or participate in the course. To publish a course for student access: Open your course and view the Course Home Page. In the Sidebar, click the Publish toggle. See the “How do I publish a course?” guide for more information. Note: Once you have published your course, students will have participation rights in a course during the official course start and end dates. Faculty members can view and override the course start and end […]