Webinar: Canvas assessment and feedback presentation (via Zoom)
This live webinar (delivered via Zoom) will give participants a brief overview of assessment and feedback tools in Canvas. At the end of the presentation, participants have the opportunity to ask questions.
This session is designed to give participants who are unable to attend the in-person workshops the confidence to create assignments in Canvas LMS. It will also cover Canvas' SpeedGrader tool and Gradebook.
Topics covered in this webinar include:
- Standard Canvas assignment
- Setting up Assignment Group Weightings
- Canvas SpeedGrader
Intended learning outcomes
At the completion of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Locate where to create and grade Canvas assignments
- Provide grades and feedback using a variety of methods
- Identify the Canvas Gradebook
- All Canvas guides for staff
- All Canvas instructor guides
- How do I create an assignment?
- How do I generate a Turnitin similarity report?
- What assignment types can I create in a course?
- How do I use SpeedGrader?
- How do I use the Gradebook?
- How do I add a rubric to an assignment?
- How can I use Canvas on my mobile device as an instructor?
- How do I assign a graded discussion to everyone in a course?
- How do I assign an assignment to a course group?
- How do I use peer review assignments in a course?
Register for this workshop
We highly recommend that you have attended Canvas: Getting started or the Webinar: Canvas quick start presentation (via Zoom) before registering for this webinar.
To register for an upcoming workshop explore the faculty and centrally run schedules.
Participants must have Zoom installed on their device to be able to participate in the webinar. Please see the University's Zoom support page for more information.
As an optional pre-workshop activity, participants can log in to Canvas at canvas.lms.unimelb.edu.au with their university username and password.
Staff currently have access to a 'Playpen' subject to experiment in, as well as a 'Teaching with Canvas' subject, the space used during Canvas workshops.