Upcoming Training Sessions
This training is customized for department or course administrators to learn how to use Canvas in support of faculty. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes:
Instructors will learn how to efficiently set up and grade assignments. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes:
Instructors will learn the core functionalities of a Canvas course site. We will leave time for Q&A at the end. The session includes:
iClicker Cloud is a free in-class student response system that provides instant feedback to instructors. It can be used to promote active learning through low-stakes knowledge checks and polls. iClickers can also be used for taking in-person attendance based on geolocation.
iClicker Cloud is synced with Canvas’ roster and…
Starting August 30, Princeton Virtual Desktops (PVD) will be the University's new solution for accessing Student Labs and other academic software. The service gives all faculty, researchers, students and staff access to a suite of software anytime, anywhere and on any device.
The new Princeton Virtual Desktops (PVD) service provides…
Support: The McGraw Center supports teaching teams in multiple ways. Our instructional designers will offer individualized assistance and consultations; we are hosting several training sessions for faculty, teaching assistants, and administrative staff; and we will also respond to questions at email@example.com.
Resources: We have created a set of guides to teaching with Canvas, which supplements our Field Guide to Canvas. The McGraw Center has also developed valuable resources for returning to the classroom.
Blackboard: Blackboard is no longer available for teaching, although faculty, staff, and students will continue to have archival access to the last seven years of courses on Blackboard. Read more: Blackboard Archive Mode.