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December 10, 2018

With Spring 2019 course sites now created in Canvas, instructors can now prepare their materials for the upcoming semester.  Part of this preparation includes ensuring that your Syllabus appears in Yale Course Search by completing these two steps:

  1. Post your syllabus in your course site’s “Syllabus” tool.
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November 30, 2018

For Spring 2019, the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning will conduct a series of Educational Technology Pilots.  Many of these pilots are third party integrations with Canvas.  Please check out our Technology Pilots page to learn more about some of these tools including:

  • Gradescope - an online grading platform that helps accommodate large class grading and distributed grading.
  • ... read more

   

Course Spotlight

I think Quizzes and SpeedGrader are absolutely fantastic tools!

- Julia Titus, Senior Lector I in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Read about how Lector Titus has used Canvas to create quizzes and provide her students with regular feedback throughout the semester.