Teaching & Learning Tools

Available Academic Tools

Teaching isn't about technology, but the right technology can support the teaching experience and transform the learning environment. Here, we've compiled some of our recommendations for software, as well as li...

What Is Canvas?

Canvas is the university-supported Learning Management System (LMS). It's used for posting syllabi, course content, assignments, discussions and grades, as well as for communication between students and facult...

Using the Canvas Gradebook

The Canvas Gradebook allows instructors to grade assignments and provide feedback. You can see weighted grades, set late policies and decide when to let students view their grades through grade posting policies...

Tips for Mobile-Friendly Design in Canvas

Instructors, there are a few things to keep in mind when designing your Canvas courses to make sure they're mobile-friendly. Quick Tips and Best Practices Front-Load Important Content Make sure the import...

Using LinkedIn Learning

All St. Edward's students, faculty and staff have access to the thousands of online training resources LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) has to offer, including videos on Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative S...

Sharing LinkedIn Learning Content

Faculty, staff, and students can share LinkedIn Learning courses and videos with anyone in the St. Edward's community. Sharing LinkedIn Learning Content The simplest way to share a video or course is to copy...

What Is Portfolium?

Portfolium is a learning portfolio application being piloted during the 2019-2020 academic year. Learning portfolios (ePortfolios) are collections of student work and other evidence from their career in higher...

Entering Final Grades in Banner

The faculty grade entry process runs through Banner 9's streamlined interface, accessible through myHilltop. We've hit the highlights here, but for more detailed information, check out the Office of the Regis...

What Is Panopto?

Panopto is a tool, available within Canvas, for recording presentations created by Instructors and/or Students. Overview Panopto is a tool for recording content created by Instructors and/or Students. You ...

Faculty: Using Panopto in Canvas

You can enable Panopto within Canvas to give your students access to your recorded lectures, recorded student presentations or to allow students to record presentations from home. Enabling Panopto in Canvas ...

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