DateTitleEventLocation
February 1st, 2017Re-engage Alienated Learners using Games as a Learning Tool

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Dr. Ali Carr-Chellman is currently serving as the Dean of the College of Education at the University of Idaho having just recently relocated from Penn State where she spent 20+ years on the faculty and administration in Learning, Design & Technology and as department head of Learning and Performance Systems. Author of more than 200 articles, chapters, and five books, Dr. Carr-Chellman has focused her work on gaming, technologies for learning, instructional design, systemic change, user-design, and diffusion of innovations. She has a TED talk available at: TED TalkBehavioral Science Building (BSB) room 131
November 8th, 2016
at 2:00pm
Quiz Analytics within Canvas: Leveraging Student-Quiz Usage Information

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Quiz Item Analysis Explained

Description: This workshop provides an introduction to basic Canvas quiz analytics and enhanced integrated quiz technology. We will present ways to locate and use basic quiz-based analytics such as number of attempts, time spent on quiz, time spent on each item, and quiz focus. We will also take a look at advanced and transmedia quizzing options made possible using PlayPosit. We discuss how this information is useful for understanding how your students are engaged in your course.

Additional information: Please bring your own laptop or device. This session will be available for live online webcast participation, and recorded for later viewing.
Rockwell West (room 116)
October 11th, 2016
at 2:00pm
Video Analytics within Canvas: Current Tools and Future Development in Echo 360 and Kaltura Video Tools.

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Description: This workshop provides an introduction to video add-on technologies that can be used within Canvas to provide instructors with insights into students’ video watching behavior. We will show you ways to locate and use basic analytics found directly inside Canvas such as videos viewed, confusion points, time specific notes, attendance, engagement, note activity and questions asked. We discuss how this information is useful for understanding how your students are engaged in your course.

Additional information: Please bring your own laptop or device. This session will be available for live online webcast participation, and recorded for later viewing.
Rockwell North Lounge (Room 101)

Rockwell North is on the north side of Laurel Street

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September 13th, 2016
at 2:00pm
Introduction to Canvas Course and Student Analytics

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Quick Start Guide - Course Analytics

Quick Start Guide - Student Analytics
Description: This workshop provides an overview of both student and course analytics tools available in Canvas. We will cover ways to locate and use basic analytics such as activity, submissions, participations, and page views. In addition, we discuss how this information is useful for understanding how your students are engaged in your course.

Additional information: Please bring your own laptop or device. This session will be available for live online webcast participation, and recorded for later viewing.
Rockwell West (room 116)