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Upload Virtual Meeting Recordings to Canvas
Some instructors may want to upload the recordings of their videoconference meetings separately from the automatic posting of meetings scheduled through Canvas . You'll need to first download the recording from the Zoom or BlueJeans interface a...
Asynchronous Teaching Using Canvas and Panopto
Asynchronous teaching leverages pre-recorded lectures published in a place where students enrolled in the course can easily access them to "flip the classroom."  Panopto, Wharton's recording tool, allows instructors to seamlessly ...
Exams for Remote Instruction - Faculty
This is a guide for faculty who plan to administer exams remotely. Overview As you plan to administer exams remotely, consider if   an exam is necessary ,  or if alternatives would better allow you to evaluate what your students have l...
Exams for Remote Instruction - Students
Preparing to Take an Exam on Canvas Computer/Device.  Use a device that meets Canvas's basic computer specifications . Always make sure to use the most up-to-date versions. Browser.  Use one of Canvas's supported web brows...
Online Presentations - Faculty
Information  for faculty on online presentation options for students. Presentation Options There are several ways to manage student presentations via Zoom or BlueJeans. First you'll need to decide whether: Presentations should be deli...
Online Presentations - Students
Sharing a presentation while attending class remotely has several steps you'll need to consider. Your professor will decide whether the presentation should be presented during a live class session (synchronous) or pre-recorded (asynchronous). Ei...
All about New Quizzes
As of November 2021, the Assignments  and Quizzes  tabs offer separate Edit  and Build  choices in the "three-dots" command menu for any New Quizzes-based quiz. Edit is still where you set due and availability ...