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December 12, 2022

The Poorvu Center’s Educational Technology team is hosting Canvas drop-in hours on December 12th and 13th. Drop-in hours will be held in person at the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning as well as via Zoom.

The Educational Technology team can help you prepare your Canvas course for final exams, answer questions related to grading and the Canvas Gradebook, or answer questions regarding Spring 2023 course design. Event details and... read more

October 12, 2022

Yale has created Spring 2023 FAS courses in Canvas. You can now edit your course site. 

We invite you to take the... read more

   

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.