The Academic Leadership Team is working to equip faculty with the resources and training they need to move face-to-face classes online. Using Canvas provides a solution for faculty to continue instruction at a distance, also known as instructional continuity.
Compiled on this page are the most recent resources and tutorials available for faculty to transfer instructional content and activities to Canvas course shells. Our goal is to continue instruction and minimize disruptions to learning that could impede students’ academic progress.
Use the links below to find out how to insert/create content inside your Canvas course shell and to create an engaging online environment. If you need further support, please reach out to Steve Elder: firstname.lastname@example.org; (501) 205-8893.
Linked below are videos that Steve Elder made on using Canvas. They are really helpful!
When moving your face-to-face course online, there are certain things you need to be prepared to handle. Please visit the "Are You Ready to Move Your Class Online" section of this guide and answer the questions found there. This will help you determine how ready you are to move your course online. If you are not prepared, try not to worry. We will direct you to specific resources to make sure you have everything you need to transition to the online environment successfully.
All faculty should be preparing to quickly move to Canvas for delivery of instruction.
To prepare for this possible move, all faculty should do the following:
It is important that you become familiar with Canvas using the tutorials and resources made available to you here. Use the Quick Link Menu on the right-hand side of the page to access tutorials and resources.