Digital media is an excellent way to increase student participation and engagement in online courses. If you are Interested in incorporating more digital media into your courses, the Auraria library has a wealth of resources to help you find, make, and edit digital media. Here is an overview of some of the services offered:
Digital media and research resources at the Auraria Library
Faculty, are you ready for the start of the semester?
The spring 2018 start date is just around the corner! Make sure your course is ready to go on January 16th.
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Discovering Canvas for Students Webinar
Remi Kalir, this year's CU Online Spring Symposium Innovator Award Winner
Remi Kalir, Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies with the School of Education and Human Development, was awarded CU Online's Innovator Award at this year's Spring Symposium.
Another Symposium in the books
Using "roles" in your online discussions
Are you ready to breathe new life into your online discussions? You might want to try out integrating roles into small discussion groups, which can provide more variety in the discussion forum and clearly define tasks. Roles can be assigned to students each week, or you can opt for self-selection using a variety of methods.
Report: Over Six Million Students Now Enrolled in Distance Education
Instructional Design: Faculty Weblog #1: John Byrd
For the first CU Online Instructional Design Faculty Weblog, CU Online's Instructional Designer Amy Osatinski sat down with John Byrd, Senior Instructor of Finance at the Business School. In his weblog, John demonstrates how he uses HTML to create interactive pop-up boxes in Canvas. To view the Weblog, click here
Gain insight into your course with Canvas’ built-in data tools
Canvas provides several ways to understand how students are performing and engaging with your course. It’s up to you to decide what to do with that info, but here are a few of our favorite tools, and some ideas of what to do with them.