Learn about identifying and responding to the misuse of course content, along with prevention techniques.
Setting up a Canvas course can be challenging — but it doesn’t have to be. Nexus offers several practical resources to help faculty set up and organize their courses, including easy-to-use templates.
Pat Hammett, PhD offers tips and strategies for meeting the contact hour requirement in a way that enhances student learning.
In Pt. II of our mini-series, we highlight some of the ways faculty, staff, and academic units have shared knowledge and collaborated throughout the pandemic.
In our 2-part blog series, we highlight some of the milestones achieved since March and resources that can help faculty plan for the semester ahead.
Sometimes the best way for a student to learn is by watching faculty solve and work through problems. Learn how to accomplish this remotely using video feedback.
While many faculty have developed efficient and effective remote assessment strategies, there may still be questions about how to administer timed assessments while maintaining our culture of integrity. Learn more here.
In our first Staff Spotlight, MDP’s Megan Langille shares how her team adapted their course to meet learner needs and create an engaging online experience.
Communication and feedback doesn’t always have to be live (synchronous). Canvas video announcements can provide an easy and personable way to communicate with your class.
Explore the benefits, use cases, and considerations of incorporating pre-recorded lectures into your course — including alleviating schedule constraints.