I designed this course as a self-paced alternative to and supplement for Clemson Online's hands-on "Introduction to Canvas" workshops. This course not only allows participating faculty and staff to take their training home with them--which frees them from taking notes during the training session--but it also serves as a standalone training course for faculty and staff who cannot attend an in-person training session.
To visit the Introduction to Canvas course site, click the image above.
Visual Design in Canvas
I designed this course as a self-paced version of my hands-on "Visual Design in Canvas" workshops. This course not only provides an overview of accessible design practices, but also offers guidelines on how to create a welcoming, user-friendly course site.
To visit the Visual Design in Canvas course site, click the image above.
I designed and taught this course at Clemson University. It achieved Quality Matters certification in Summer 2014 and ENCORE certification in Fall 2016. (ENCORE is Clemson Online's in-house quality assurance process. For more information about ENCORE, visit Clemson Online's website.)
To visit the British Literature course site, click on the image above.
Get to Know Canvas: The Dashboard
I launched Clemson Online's "Get to Know Canvas" blog series to help the university community become familiar with our new learning management system's features. This video, which provides an overview of the Dashboard, is the first in the series. The opening and closing titles were created in Adobe After Effects, and the audio was recorded in Adobe Audition. The screencasts were recorded with Camtasia.
Uploading Images to Canvas
I created this quick, informal screencast for a self-paced online course called Visual Design in Canvas. The video demonstrates how to upload, resize, and add alt text to images in Canvas Content Pages. The entire course, which I developed to help faculty create accessible, visually pleasing pages in Canvas, is available for review (see above). Screencast created with Camtasia.