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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.
Honorlock provides on-demand proctoring services that removes access to test content from the Internet, prevents mobile devices from searching test answers online, disables multiple screens, and allows a live agent to help students through the authentication process before starting a quiz. Honorlock has students use a web camera during an online, non-proctored exam that is taken from home and not in TWU computer lab.
The Google Drive web service allows you to integrate Canvas with your Google Drive account. The Google Drive folder is accessed from the Course Navigation Menu. You can create an online assignment or a collaboration that embeds a document directly from your Google Drive folder into Canvas.
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.
The Canvas mobile application provides instructors a portable solution for Canvas. Not all features in Canvas are available using your mobile device. There is a separate mobile application to use polls in the classroom. There are mobile applications for instructors to grade student submissions and use standards-based learning.
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.
TurningPoint 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 TurningPoint to begin and assessment data is exported from TurningPoint to Canvas to record grades or participation.
Texas Woman’s University has purchased 300 hours of commercial captioning services from Cielo24 to assist instructors in providing accurately captioned audio and video content to all students during the COVID-19 crisis.
Once Cielo24 Captioning Request Approval has been received by your Academic Component leadership, the instructor needs to submit a Cielo24 Captioning Services Request from Panopto Recordings in Canvas. At this time, only audio and video recordings available in Panopto can be submitted for captioning by Cielo24.
You can create a Zoom Recording outside of class or as part of your course materials and make them available to students to watch on their personal computer or mobile device.
All Zoom Cloud Recordings are now saved as Panopto Recordings. We wanted to provide you information on how to locate and share your recordings from Panopto Recordings in your Canvas course.
The Canvas Course Home Page is the first view your students will see when they enter your course. For the Course Home Page, you can work with an instructional designer to select a design, customize the details and create your perfect Course Home Page.
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.