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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.
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.
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.
Honorlock is an online proctoring service that allows you to take your exam from your home. You DO NOT need to create an account or schedule an appointment in advance. Honorlock is available 24/7, and all that is needed is a computer, a working webcam, microphone, your ID, a stable Internet connection, and the Google Chrome browser. Honorlock will NOT run on an iPad.
Getting started information for instructors to learn more about using Canvas. Canvas Guides, Canvas Training Services Portal, and Teaching and Learning with Technology Resources.
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.
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.
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.
Use Google Forms to generate a survey or take a quiz. There are times when the results of a survey or quiz need to be collected across multiple Canvas courses or multiple sections of a course.
When an academic component or department needs the features available in Canvas for non-credit courses, educational activities, or other communities the use of Google Classroom is recommended.
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).