8/15/2018 Update: To sign up as a student, use this link:
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Hi folks, it looks like Scott the Magnificent has already created us a CanvasHacks public classroom to play in, and enrolled us as teachers.
Any thoughts on structure? I have a similar course that is mostly complete that I am preparing for my faculty that I could upload to provide a bit of structure. It is intended for non-coders, and has the following module structure:
However, I am not a pushy sort, so whatever anybody else wants, I am more than happy to go along with. I can always upload stuff a piece at a time and fit it where I can.
My "lessons" are all one page, and include:
Let me know what your think!
Oh yah, and I also have a hokey Home page, because that's just the kind of guy I am:)
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How do you access? I didn't get an email, and it's not in my list. Wow, I am not feeling smart.
Yes, that is the one I am checking. and I still don't have it. Sorry this is a pain.
You could try this one: email@example.com
but it is not the one I use with Canvas, so don't know if that is a problem in and of itself.
Yes, I am not getting these. Maybe try firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>?
But, that is not the email I use with Canvas, so not sure of the ramifications….
Since CanvasHacks does not reside in your school's Canvas instance, the only ramification I would anticipate it you will be asked to create an account at Resources.Instructure where it does reside.