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October 22, 2019

 

Learn more about PlayPosit, now fully integrated into Canvas! PlayPosit is a tool that allows you to transform passive video into interactive, learning-focused experience.

We’ve all been there: We integrated videos into our program because we’ve read that they work. They’re... read more

October 22, 2019

 

The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning has licensed Gradescope for use in Canvas, and as a result, all Yale instructors have access to the Gradescope Institutional plan.

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Course Spotlight

Natalia Cordova Sanchez

Regardless of your subject matter and class size, there might be benefits to you.

- Natalia Córdova Sánchez, Lecturer in Psychology

Find out how lecturer Natalia Cordóva Sánchez cuts down on grading time significantly by using Gradescope.