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October 10, 2018

Check out our course, The Science of Well Being, featured in @Coursera’s roundup for World Mental Health Awareness Day. https://bit.ly/2NfF44O  #WorldMentalHealthDayhttps://twitter.com/coursera/status/1050057185483313154 …

September 24, 2018

The Mid-Semester Feedback Instructor Tool was released Friday, September 21st to the instructors of participating schools! Check out our #CanvasAtYale guides on Mid-Semester Feedback FAQ, https://buff.ly/2MXMk5e  and Instructor Documentation, https://buff.ly/2xCoCGH .

   

Course Spotlight

They like the assignment piece, or the paper piece. They like everything to be through Canvas.

In this spotlight, Donna Cropley explains how she used the Modules tool to organize course materials.