Our learning designers help promote the purposeful use of educational technologies for hybrid and online education. Participants learn about setting up assignments within CourseWorks using various tools, and navigate the different grading features available within CourseWorks to grade assignments, quizzes, and discussions.
Introduction to CourseWorks Canvas Online: Teaching with CourseWorks Your CourseWorks site makes it easy to post your syllabus, course objectives, and textbooks, communicate with students, and more.
The course guides instructors through the steps of setting up their course site and highlights various features that enrich the learning experience for students. Assessment and Grading in CourseWorks Canvas: CourseWorks also offers has tools for scheduling meetings, assignments and online testing, and student collaboration.
This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of a course management system that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses.
The CTL can assist instructors with learning how to navigate the system; adding tests, quizzes, content, announcements and assignments; and designing the modules. For teaching and learning: Contact the CTL during walk-in and call-in consultation hours.
The course itself models the ways in which Canvas can be used for different course activities. During the workshop, instructors learn how to migrate their content from CourseWorks Sakainavigate Canvas, manage syllabus and course materials, use quizzing tools, and utilize communication features in the system.
Instructors can easily revise course materials as the semester progresses or migrate the materials to a course in the future.
The CTL supports faculty and administrators in the migration from the Sakai-based learning management system to Canvas.
A CourseWorks site is a good way to make course material accessible to students at any time — in many cases eliminating paper handouts. Contact CUIT by email for technical and access issues. This self-paced training course helps faculty, graduate students, staff, and other members of the Columbia teaching community learn about the various features offered by CourseWorks Canvas.CourseWorks is Columbia University's Learning Management System (LMS), providing comprehensive course management for faculty and students, including tools for posting a course syllabus, collaboration and discussion boards, online assignments and tests.
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Enter your Email and we'll send you a link to change your password. Columbia’s learning management system, CourseWorks, is at the center of many instructional technology activities. CourseWorks is supplemented and enhanced by tools that support a range of instructional objectives, such as tools for online collaboration, presentations, lecture capture, audience response, media annotation, and electronic.
Columbia University has created a specialized database for entering textbook information as a part of the University CourseWorks system.
Because this database is a University resource (not a Law School service), faculty will need use their “UNI” (not LawNet) network ID to access this service.
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