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March 30, 2023

Is the Canvas Gradebook a mystery to you? Do you often wonder what students can see once you grade their assignments? These are topics we will discuss in this workshop as well as understanding how to use Assignment Groups, the Grade Posting Policy, and much more! This workshop includes dedicated time for questions as well as a consultation with a member of the Educational Technology team.

This workshop is via Zoom and will take place three times during the Spring 2023 semester:

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March 7, 2023

To FAS Faculty teaching Fall 2023 courses:

Now that Yale Course Search is live for Fall 2023, Canvas course sites will be created on a rolling basis as departments offer courses.  

In preparation for fall term registration activities, the FAS Dean’s Office requests that faculty who are teaching a Fall 2023 course to please post their ... read more


Course Spotlight

Tamar Gendler smiling in blue blouse with arms crossed

Tamar Gendler, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science, shifts the focus of classroom time from lecturing to active learning. In Tamar’s discussion of her flipped classroom, you will discover how the use of organization, metacognitive discourse and Voice Thread help to promote student engagement and motivation while also encouraging students to take ownership of their learning.