Past Workshop Recordings
Workshops that have been recorded are shared here. Please note that we do not record and share all of our workshops due to privacy considerations for our participants.
*These workshops were recorded in 2022.
2021 workshops linked below
- Assignments / Speedgrader / Rubrics
- Gradebook/Assignment groups
- Canvas Groups & iPeer
- Advanced Quizzes / Respondus Quiz
Online Teaching Workshops
This session is for instructors and TAs who are planning to use Zoom (or need more information about making a decision to use Zoom) for invigilating final exams remotely.
In this session we will review:
- Communicating instructions and expectations with your students (including academic integrity)
- Doing a trial run with students who may not have used Zoom for exam invigilation
- Recommended Zoom settings
- Communicating with students during the exam
- Taking attendance or checking student IDs
- Invigilation (and having extra invigilators)
- Instructor support and resources
- Student support and resources
Join the session to learn about using zoom for exam invigilation and to hear from our panel of instructors who will share their experiences using Zoom and Zoom with Respondus Lockdown Browser.
This 90 minute session will explore a variety of factors, strategies and technologies that have been impacted in this new context of remote learning, assessment and evaluation. Facilitators will discuss best practices, recommendations and considerations to promote academic honesty and fair evaluation of student work. We will also introduce some tools for proctoring or invigilation of exams and the benefits and pitfalls of using these tools. This session explores:
- Questions to elicit original work
- Zoom to manage the online exam and support students during the exam
- Zoom as an invigilation technique
- Respondus Lockdown Browser
- Proctorio artificial intelligence exam invigilation technology
November 17 recording details:
|04:33||Invigilation or Not? – Brian Powell|
|13:15||Student and TA Online exam experience – Sarin Pokhrel|
|23:36||Open book remote computerized exams – Charlene Strumpel|
|35:00||Innovative Questions that elicit original student responses: Innovative assessment types – Hansika Dadlani|
|43:54||Respondus lockdown browser and Zoom for exam invigilation – Chad Davis|
|54:43||Invigilating with Zoom – Ernest Goh|
|1:04:27||Proctorio in a large class – Ramon Lawrence|
|1:09:50||Experience with Proctorio – Derrick Wirtz|
|1:19:34||Academic Integrity – Tanya Forneris|
Learn how to design an access friendly course by incorporate general accessibility features. Discuss access, inclusion, and disability in the changing dynamics of online education.
- DRC How to design for accessibility (pdf)
- Creating an access-friendly environment (pdf)
- Creating an Access Friendly Environment (pdf)
- Creating an Access Friendly Environment – Transcript (pdf)
Guest Presenter: Meghan Currie, Accessibility Advisor/ Inclusive Technology Lab Coordinator, Disability Resource Centre and Library
An overview of assignment settings, how to use Speedgrader to cut down on your grading time, and an introduction to using rubrics. Some level of familiarity with Canvas is assumed.
An introduction to using the Canvas gradebook, the differences between assignments and the gradebook, and the settings to consider for grade management. How to download a copy of your gradebook and manually entering grades for students will also be covered.
A two-part workshop on Canvas groups and iPeer. How to set up and manage Canvas groups, and how to improve the student experience with groups.
iPeer is a peer review application where instructors can customize and receive students’ evaluations of one another when doing group work. These anonymized evaluations can be shared or kept confidential and they may also be graded. This session will focus on:
- Why using evaluation is an important component of groupwork assessment
- how to get started using iPeer in your class
- creating evaluation events
Join us via Collaborate Ultra for an hour long session on how to use Kaltura for recording, uploading, captioning, editing and sharing video and video quizzes in Canvas. We will also compare Kaltura with Camtasia to see where Camtasia’s more advanced features can add value. Because video projects can vary so greatly and post-production editing can be very time consuming, your input can help us guide you to the best solutions for your specific needs.
An introduction to Canvas quizzes and surveys, we’ll learn about quiz settings, designing different question types, and assigning different times/length for different students. We’ll also cover the steps for supporting DRC students who receive extra time on their quizzes/exams.
An overview of tools that can be used to record an asynchronous lecture. Focusing on tools that allow you to present slide decks, the main goal of the applications covered are to capture your screen with optional audio and video overlaid. Kaltura Capture, Camtasia, and PowerPoint will be explored, and an overview of the steps for recording will be discussed for each tool.
An advanced workshop on importing questions banks using Respondus Quiz (note: Mac computers cannot run Respondus Quiz. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information). We’ll also learn how to use Question Groups to make the quiz unique for each student. Familiarity with Canvas Quizzes is recommended.
An introduction to the basic features and functionality of Zoom. Topics will include a general overview of the interface, security precautions, polling, breakout rooms, and application sharing. This session is aimed toward introducing instructors to the Zoom interface and how this interface can be utilized in a synchronous learning session.