Posts Categorized: Canvas

Digital Learning Days, Back in the Car Barn (And Online)

We’re looking forward to welcoming Hoyas back on campus this fall, with a strengthened sense of community making its way into our new routines. That’s why, this year, we’re offering Digital Learning Days on August 18, 2022 in-person and August 19 virtually, on Zoom. Our schedule of offerings reflects the sort of semester we’re embarking… Read more »

Digital Learning Webinar Series: Discussion-Based Assessments Recording

On Thursday, February 27, 2020, CNDLS hosted the first Digital Learning Webinar of the Spring semester, “Discussions-Based Assessments.” Our facilitators were Assistant Director for Programs for Graduate Students and Faculty James Olsen and Senior Associate Director for Online Programs Susan Pennestri. They brought their wealth of knowledge and experience to the webinar, sharing a number… Read more »

Reflecting on our winter Digital Learning Day: Designing With Canvas

faculty using Canvas on a laptop

On Wednesday, December 11th, 2019, CNDLS hosted “Designing with Canvas,” a  Digital Learning Day to explore best practices for creating courses in Canvas. Despite the poor weather, 30 faculty and staff were in attendance, filling the room at Car Barn 315 to overflow. Learning Design Specialists Lee Skallerup Bessette and Randal Ellsworth started the day… Read more »

Digital Learning Webinar: Using Media in Your Course – Recording Available!

Man filming with production camera

On Thursday, November 21, 2019, CNDLS got together with Gelardin to deliver the final Digital Learning Webinar of the Fall 2019 semester, Using Media in Your Course. The facilitators for the webinar were Barrinton Baynes, Multimedia Specialist at the Gelardin New Media Center; Bingran (Ann) Wang, Online Course Coordinator at CNDLS; and Yiran Sun, Digital… Read more »

CNDLS Digital Learning Webinar: “Teaching with Zoom” Recording Available!

How can you incorporate synchronous and asynchronous video into your teaching? That was the main question of the most recent Digital Learning Webinar, Teaching with Zoom, with Senior Learning Designer Linda Lemus and Learning Designer Randall Ellsworth, on October 24th, 2019. During the webinar (embedded above but you can also consult the slides), Linda and… Read more »

CNDLS Announces winter Digital Learning Day – “Designing with Canvas”

Faculty exploring Canvas features

As the semester comes to a close, CNDLS is excited to announce our winter Digital Learning Day, “Designing with Canvas,” on Wednesday, December 11. Whether you are a new or experienced Canvas user, we invite you to join us in person to explore design approaches and to spend hands-on time applying what you learn to… Read more »

Digital Learning Webinar: Grading With Canvas Recording Available!

The 2019-2020 CNDLS Digital Learning Webinar series kicked off on Friday, September 27th, with Peter Janssens, Associate Director for Instructional Resources, and Brian Boston, Assistant Director for Learning Technologies, presenting “Grading with Canvas.” You can view a recording of the webinar above, as well as access the slides and the handout.  We also want to… Read more »

CNDLS Kicks Off 2019 Digital Learning Webinar Series with “Grading With Canvas”

Grading With Canvas Building off the success of our inaugural Digital Learning Webinar Series, CNDLS is pleased to announce the new lineup of topics for our 2019-2020 webinars!  Join a new group of CNDLS staff each month via Zoom as we highlight a new pedagogical approach to incorporating technology into your classroom. Our fall kickoff… Read more »

Announcing Digital Learning Days: Building with Canvas

Faculty gathered around a laptop using Canvas

Are you interested in learning new ways to engage students with Canvas, Georgetown’s learning management system? Are you looking for an opportunity to build your fall course sites in Canvas with support from others? The Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) is excited to announce Building with Canvas, our first Digital Learning… Read more »