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As Classic Quizzes move toward a June 2024 planned retirement, it is recommended that instructors begin exploring New Quizzes. You can still create, edit, and use Classic Quizzes. In the Fall 2022 term, you will be able to create quizzes using Classic Quizzes and New Quizzes.
The question banks in Classic Quizzes cannot be directly migrated to the item banks in New Quizzes. This article presents a work around.
There are several support options available to ask your instructor a question, search for answers online, use the Guide to Online Learning to get started using Canvas, and contacting the Technology Service Desk for technical support. Review Canvas Computer Specifications and Supported Browsers.
Respondus LockDown Browser is a software application that must be installed on the workstation or laptop before attempting to complete an online Canvas assessment. The application serves as a virtual proctor by preventing printing, capturing the screen to copy assessment questions, disabling messaging and screen-sharing, disabling function keys, and disabling access to other applications and Internet content.
Getting started information for students using Canvas.
Zoom is an online service for live meetings, presentations, and training that supports real-time sharing of computer screens, individual applications or web-based content among two or more computers or mobile devices.
Course templates allow you to configure, store and reuse an entire course or components of a course, such as quizzes, assignments, surveys, images, and so on, and then use the components in individual course offerings. Contact the Office of Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT@twu.edu) to discuss your requirements and determine the best option for your Academic Component or department.
In Canvas at TWU, permissions allow users to access certain features and perform certain functions.
Turning, a Student Response System (SRS), is a wireless response system that allows instructors to request information by presenting questions and for students to respond by using a “clicker” to send his or her information to be recorded. The clicker can be a Smartphone or a Turning hand-held response device.
Turning is a Student Response System (SRS) that allows instructors to leverage hand-held response devices in class to collect student achievement data. A roster of student is imported from Canvas into Turning to begin and assessment data is exported from Turning to Canvas to record grades or participation.
Turnitin Draft Coach helps students develop citations, research, and writing skills. Draft Coach is a Google Docs add-on that can be used to help students pay attention to academic writing requirements like referencing and paraphrasing before they submit their final version for a grade.
Piazza is a platform for instructors to efficiently manage class Q&A. Students can post questions and collaborate to edit responses to these questions. Instructors can also answer questions, endorse student answers, and edit or delete any posted content.
Badgr is an add-on application that allows instructors to design and award digital badges as an indicator of accomplishment or skill that can be earned within a Canvas course.This article provides resources on how to get started using Badgr in your courses.
Badgr in Canvas allows instructors to issue digital badges to students as they complete modules or other activities in their Canvas courses. The instructor has to have enabled Badgr in the Canvas course for you to use this feature.