This is a blog that contains teaching resources for McKelvey faculty and instructors as we prepare for teaching this fall.
This blog post will be pinned to the top of the blog for the first few weeks of the Fall semester. Here you will find suggested syllabus language regarding student resources and policies for this semester. We intend these statements to be easily adapted for inclusion as a section in your existing syllabus, a separate […]
This brown bag was a discussion facilitated by Meghann Pytka regarding Canvas Course templates. Topics included: template benefits, template options, template imports from Canvas Commons, and template customization. The session recording is linked below. You may need your WUSTL key to view this recording. If the link routes you to a Zoom sign-in page, choose […]
Kaltura has announced a series of masterclasses on how to use video for better educational outcomes (click to register). Please see the below message from Kaltura for details regarding this training opportunity: “This isn’t a “now click this button” technical training – the Kaltura Academic Media & Pedagogy series will focus on the pedagogical underpinnings of […]
The McKelvey Instructional Design Team will be holding a Lunch and Learn session focused on “Canvas Course Templates” this Friday (1/8) @ 12:00pm. Topics to be covered include: Template Benefits, Template Options, Template Imports from Canvas Commons, and Template Customization. This session is primarily intended for faculty who are teaching in Spring 2021. What: Canvas Course Templates Virtual […]
The spring 2021 does not include a one-week Spring Break and instead has three “wellness days”. More details are forthcoming about appropriate activities on these days and days immediately following, but here’s a graphical preview.
The McKelvey Instructional Design Team will be holding a Lunch and Learn session focused on “Intermediate Zoom Features” this Friday (12/11) @ 12:00pm. Topics to be covered include: Zoom/Canvas integration, co-hosts and alternative hosts, polling, reports, and managing Zoom recordings. This is primarily intended for faculty (or AIs/TAs) who have limited experience managing and hosting Zoom meetings. […]