Spoonful of Sugar Helps Canvas Go Down: Adoption Strategies

Document created by Agnes Chiao Employee on May 29, 2015Last modified by Mindy Hintze on Jun 16, 2015
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Presenters: Agnes Chiao, Jared Ward, Mindy Hintze

 

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  SESSION DESCRIPTION

 

Is your school newly transitioning into Canvas? Do you still have faculty hesitant to try Canvas? Do you struggle scheduling trainings that meet the demands of both the advanced and newbie users? Strong roll-out and adoption plan is key to the success of a learning platform. Adoption is 1 part technology and 3 parts behavior change. This session uncovers the theories behind adoption and helps you design a strategy to increase adoption on your campus.

 

LOCATION MAP & ROOM

 

Grand Summit Hotel - Kokopelli 3

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  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

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Agenda

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Structure of session, logistics, Check-In discussion 10 min
Behavior change: Where’s the sugar 20 min
Skeleton Roll Out Plan and Developing Personalized Training20 min
Work Time - Start on Your Roll Out Plan20 min
Reflection and Wrap Up10 min

 

Links to Presentations - See Attached

Behavior Change: Where's the Sugar?

 

Link to Course (public course)

A Spoonful of Sugar Helps Canvas Go Down

*Note - All content from the session are linked above.

 

Additional Resources:

Canvas Strategies Community Group

Canvas Rollout, Training, and Adoption Strategies Course

CSD Black Diamond Challenge (from InstructureCon 2014)

CSD Black Diamond Challenge (Public Course and Training Agendas)

 

 

 

 


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