Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acELFDSOWTs
Starts at 11:00 AM · Ends at 3:30 PM, MDT (America/Denver)
If you are not going to be attending the Southern California Canvas Users Conference in Irvine, CA this year - no worries! A few of their conference workshops will be live-streamed here in CanvasLIVE!
These sessions are Design Co-Op Open labs where attendees will gather to work on their courses and share different ways they leverage Canvas.
Click on the session to jump to the livestream!
As a remote attendee, you can interact with the participants and presenters. Ask questions. Event help answer questions, as well!
This session will be recorded and archived for your reference!
- Adam Williams
Instructional Technology Specialist & Canvas Coach at Coconino Community CollegeI've done a lot of things over my 31 years but the common thread has always been helping people. It is what I find most rewarding in this world. I am currently blessed with the opportunity to give back to the wonderful Coconino Community College by assisting faculty and staff utilize technology to achieve our goal of student success.
- Chris Long
Educational Technology Coordinator at Huntington Beach Union High School District
- Stefanie Sanders
Canvas Coach & TrainerI was born and raised in New York City, where I enjoyed a long and successful career in investment banking and stock brokerage. Wanting a change in life direction, I moved to Southwest Florida to pursue my fundamental interests in education and health care. I subsequently earned my master’s degree in the humanities from Cal State University. Between 2008-2015 I taught online courses, first in philosophy and then in the humanities, at Florida SouthWestern State College. I currently work for Instructure as a Canvas Coach and Trainer (see: http://cred.ly/c/62871). In my spare time, I like to travel (that's me scaling the steps of the temple at Dzibanche in December 2014) and ride my bike (here in Southwest Florida, Shark Valley is one of my favorite spots). Also, since early 2014, I've teaching myself to speak and read Spanish, a skill that I put to good use during a month-long trip to Costa Rica in May 2014.