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Part 1: Canvas Training
In this Canvas Part 1 training course, participants will learn how to design a course in Canvas. Review the Canvas layout and navigation. In addition, participants will learn how to communicate with their students via announcements and emails, upload and organize content using modules and pages, create discussions and assignments, and become familiar with SpeedGrader.
Part 2: Canvas Training
In this Canvas Part 2 training course, participants will learn more in-depth features about modules and assignments, create and deploy quizzes, use the grade book, and learn more about SpeedGrader.
Oct. 19 from 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
Presenters: David Nolfi & Donna Beck, Gumberg Library, Dr. Melissa Kalarchian, Office of Research & Innovation/School of Nursing/Department of Psychology
If you are considering publishing a literature review (or evidence synthesis), a critical first question is, “What kind of review should I do?” In this webinar, we’ll discuss formal types of evidence synthesis including systematic, scoping and integrative reviews, and reasons why you might choose one methodology or another. The presenters will discuss standards and frameworks for major review types as well as where you can find more information to help you choose the methodology that best suits your research.
Faculty members, students, and staff are welcome to register. If you cannot attend the live webinar, please register and we’ll send you the recording and slides.
October Elsevier Education Webinar Schedule
Elsevier is offering a number of webinars in October.