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There are many activities instructors can use in Canvas to create assignments, quizzes, etc. Links to the most commonly used video tutorials for instructors are listed below. For a more comprehensive list of video tutorials, you will find more information at this Canvas site.
If you prefer a written tutorial (with pictures), check out the Canvas Guides for Instructors. Some that you may use most frequently are linked below:
Organizing your course in Modules
Modules should be used to organize the content of a course
Creating information Pages
Pages store course content that doesn’t necessarily belong in an assignment. They can include text, images, videos, and links. View more guides about pages at Canvas Guides for Instructors.
Putting assignments in Canvas
View additional information about assignments at Canvas Guides for Instructors.
SpeedGrader allows an instructor to view and grade students’ assignment submissions using a simple point scale or a complex rubric. View additional information about SpeedGrader at Canvas Guides for Instructors.
Putting Quizzes in Canvas
Find out additional information about quizzes at Canvas Guides for Instructors.
Using Canvas Discussions
Discussions can be used for communication between two users in a course, a group of users, or an entire class. They can also be created as an assignment and graded. See additional information at Canvas Guides for Instructors.
The instructor will need to make the Google link available to students in each course. See the directions for Using Google in Canvas above for making links available to students.
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What is Google Meet:
Google Meet is a video-conference-calling platform designed primarily for professional use, which links remote colleagues together for real-time interaction.
To create a Google Meet:
Login to your SU email account
Click on the Menu icon and select Meet
Click on the + icon to create a Google Meet
Give the Meeting a name (ex, ORI101 or section number)
Click on Join Now. This will generate a sharable link and number students can use to
access the meeting.