Canvas Course Consultations via Zoom: By Appointment Only - Fall 2023
Monday - Thursday, 9 am- Noon & 1 - 3 pm (subject to availability)
Meet with Christine Miller, Instructional Media Specialist in the DE Department for a 30-minute Zoom session to discuss your Canvas Course. Anything from basic introductory questions to course design suggestions.
Please contact email@example.com to set up an appointment
Please note: If you need immediate help, contact the Canvas Help Desk through the link in the Help and Academic Resources button.
The Instructure Community video guides are moving to Canvas Studio.
Courses with embedded videos or videos linked via Vimeo URL will be impacted by this migration. To view the full announcement Video guides migrating from Vimeo to Canvas Studio by July 31st
This 4-week online foundation course requires a fee. You may be eligible for reimbursement if you seek approval from your department chair first. You may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please follow the above link to access your one-stop resource for all things Canvas. Please note: this link is managed by @One and is not the official Canvas Help Desk.
We are pleased to announce that we now have a Student Tutorial Course for students to become familiar with Canvas.
Students can reach this tutorial by going to Passport to Canvas-Student Quick Start Canvas Course or by going to the Help and Academic Resources button within Canvas.
Faculty may also self-enroll for the free self-paced version offered by @ONE at any time.
Course Description: This self-paced course will introduce you to using Canvas in online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes. These simple, hands-on lessons give you the chance to master Canvas in your own practice course to build a home page, content page, discussion, and quiz, while also exploring how to use Canvas communication tools.
If you're new to Canvas, or just want a powerful refresher on the basics, this course is a great starting point, and you get to keep your sandbox to play in, experiment, and build your online material.
Use this course as a beginning point on learning accessibility for Canvas or as a refresher.
The California Community College Chancellor’s Office created a “virtual professional development resource center”—a “one-stop-shop” for colleges and their employees to access effective practices, training, and other resources. As a California Community College employee, you have full access to the resources on this site. Free access to Lynda.com courses is included in the library of professional development materials.
Lynda.com offers a series of Canvas courses which are organized into chapters and divided into short individual videos. This is particularly helpful in learning a new skill from start to finish or to find a quick answer.
Here is how to access the Canvas courses offered by Lynda.com
Register at the Professional Learning Network. (It's free if you have an SMC email account.)
Click on the link called Learn (top of the page in the blue banner).-
Go to "Learner Home."
Type in Canvas in the search window.
3CSN Wayfinding Online Zoom Series Resources & Archives
Please see their website 3CSN.org for more information.
We’re using Pronto!
Pronto is a communication hub created for the everyday user. It connects students, teachers and entire campuses via chat and video, so you can learn faster, work smarter, and communicate seamlessly. Click on the Pronto icon at the bottom of the global Canvas navigation to get started!
You can find these recordings in Canvas Central in the Pronto Module
For additional assistance, please contact the Pronto Customer Success Manager at email@example.com
DE is pleased to announce that Canvas Studio was successfully installed on the SMC Canvas instance, and you should now see the Studio icon on the Global Navigation menu. More information and training resources can be found in Canvas Central in the Canvas Studio Announcement.
Video is an essential component of an online educator’s toolkit. It can be used to bring the warmth of your human presence to your students, support students’ different learning rhythms, diversify how students express their knowledge, spark engagement and interaction, and construct your digital brand.
The CVC/@One & your California Community College peers ran a Spring webinar series that introduced many video tools and demonstrated how they are being used to support equitable teaching and learning at a distance across the state.
To view the archives for these sessions go to Going the Distance with Video Webinar Series