Published on Oct. 22, 2018
Updated on March 15, 2020
Canvas is often the main connecting point for online classes, but it has a lot to offer in-person, face-to-face courses too. While we know Canvas is great for curating documents and readings, it can also be used to bring new methods of connection to your course. We will discuss a few features Canvas offers to help you engage with learners, help learners engage with course content, and some efficient approaches to help you engage with a little extra time in your day! We will discuss the tool, the pedagogy of instructional approaches, and the cost vs. benefit of trying some of these ideas. Small seminar or large lecture, Canvas just might be able to help out in your classroom.