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Panopto is a lecture capture application that is used to create recordings of classroom-based activities that are made available for review by students in a course. Download the Panopto Mobile App on your iOS or Android mobile device to view, record, and upload recordings.
This article describes the individual use cases the instructor will need to be able to successfully complete to create a content library using Google Workspace and hyperlink or embed files from your My Drive into Canvas.
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.
Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the online testing environment within Canvas. When students use LockDown Browser with Canvas Quiz, they are unable to print, copy, go to other websites, access other applications, or close the test until it is submitted for grading. Tests created for use with Respondus LockDown Browser cannot be accessed with standard browsers.
Technical services provided by TWU to provide instructors, students, and staff with help and advice about Canvas. Information about Computer Specifications (Operating Systems and Platforms) and Supported Browsers are included.
Canvas allows your instructor to create a Google Doc, Google Sheet, or Google Slides and share it with students using a feature called "Collaborations." You may be assigned to a Collaboration by yourself (meaning only you and your instructor can view it) or in a group (meaning all group members and your instructor can view it).
Zoom is an online service your instructor can use 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.
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.
Provide additional information and instructions to students using Canvas and other integrated applications that you include in your Canvas course.
In Canvas, Sandbox courses are given to instructors by request to create new course content and to experiment with different features in Canvas. Sandboxes can be created for a specific course or for generic testing and looking at new Canvas features that are available every month.
Getting started information for students using Canvas.
Getting started information for instructors to learn more about using Canvas. Canvas Guides, Canvas Training Services Portal, and Teaching and Learning with Technology Resources.
If you are using a publisher website for materials and assessments in your Canvas course, you may be able to ‘pair’ your Canvas course to the publisher course site so that students can connect to the publisher site from Canvas without having to create a separate login account.
In Canvas at TWU, permissions allow users to access certain features and perform certain functions.