Teaching & Learning Tools

Copying a Course in Canvas

Faculty can copy a Canvas course to multiple sections or copy a course from one semester to the next. Anyone with the role of Teacher, TA or Non-Grading TA can import content into a course as long as they have...

Training

OIT provides free computer training resources to current St. Edward's students, faculty and staff. Just-in-Time Training Resources Support articles at support.stedwards.edu allow you to search for help ...

Embedding Video in PowerPoint

There are various ways to embed a video in a PowerPoint presentation, and the method depends on the version you have installed. PowerPoint 2016 for Windows Go to the Insert tab. From the video dropdow...

Faculty Resource Center

The Faculty Resource Center was retired Dec. 21, 2017 and Instructional Technology staff relocated to a new Instructional Technology Hub in Holy Cross Hall 101. Q: Where will the Instructional Technology st...

What to Do When Panopto Videos Fail to Upload

Sometimes things don't go according to plan. Here's how to handle Panopto videos that fail to upload. When recordings fail to upload to the Panopto server, they are usually stored on the local computer. To ac...

Uploading a Syllabus in Canvas

Adding your syllabus to the Syllabus tool in Canvas makes it easy for students to find it in the course menu. The Syllabus tool in Canvas consists of: Syllabus description Schedule of assignments and cou...

Communicating With Your Students Through Canvas

Messaging in Canvas happens through the Inbox. Through the Inbox, you create Messages that students can read in Canvas or wherever they've set to receive notifications (St. Edward's email address, text messages...

Using Canvas' Student View as Faculty

Do you want to check assignment instructions? Or do you want to make sure your gradebook is setup correctly, modules display properly and only the needed menu items appear? Faculty can view a Canvas course as a...

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