The Centre for Instructional Support can help you activate your Canvas course shell, post materials, create assignment dropboxes, teach you how to simply record PowerPoint voiceovers, or plan and conduct synchronous online classes using tools like skype and collaborate. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A new campus-wide web resource is being created at https://keepteaching.ubc.ca/. It is currently up and available with instructions and content being updated throughout the day (March 9) and longer as we get feedback. The first page on Lectures is completed and skeletons for the rest of the pages are being filled out as the content is being written.
If you are not currently using Canvas, you will want to request the activation of a Canvas shell to be able to communicate with your students and continue delivering your course. The Centre for Instructional Support can quickly activate a shell for your course. Here is a form to request a Canvas shell activation.
- Download software for free from UBC
- Recording - It is easy to record PowerPoint Voice-Overs and post them in Canvas. Here is a simple video tutorial on how to get started.
- Post exported mp4 in Canvas
UBC has a free online meeting tool Collaborate (like Zoom and Skype) that is integrated into Canvas. You can use it to do synchronous online classes. It also allows you to record sessions and post them to Canvas. Contact the Centre for Instructional Support for help planning and implementing Collaborate sessions.
Here is a short movie to show you how to add the Collaborate Ultra link to your Canvas course.
UBC has a free online meeting tool Collaborate (like Zoom and Skype) that is integrated into Canvas. You can use it to do online office hours. It also allows you to record sessions and post them to Canvas. Contact the Centre for Instructional Support for help planning and implementing Collaborate sessions.
There are a number of tools to support online assessments available at UBC. Canvas Quizzes only do a good job with multiple choice and text entry (essay) questions, calculation and drawing questions are a problem. Contact us with your needs and we can help develop a workable plan together.
Labs are difficult to recreate online, but we can achieve some of the outcomes. Here is a helpful article from the BOK Center at Harvard.
Contact email@example.com at the Centre for Instructional Support. We might not be able to replace hands-on-labs, but we can try to work out the best plan possible. We might be able to cobble together video demonstrations and having students using canned data to complete lab reports. Contact me and we can try to figure things out together.