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vassallon
Community Member
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So in trying to learn as much as I can about Canvas I stumbled across the Canvas Mobile Design 2019 Quest  As a district with 1:1 iPads I wanted to learn as much as I could about the Canvas Mobile Apps just so I could know what they are capable and offer suggestions to teachers. 

 

What was your biggest takeaway?

The biggest takeaway I found is the mobile checklist which I plan on sharing with teachers in my district to help them design better courses for iPads.

 

Is there a tip you are able to (or plan to) apply to your work in the future? How will it help you overall?

I started following the CMUG to hopefully pick up some more gems to help out the teachers. 

 

Do you have follow-up questions for CMUG members? Is there a discussion you'd like to open?

What is the best way to offer up feedback that my teachers are seeing that will make the iPad App more effective in the teacher's eye?

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments
klundstrum
Community Coach
Community Coach

Hi vassallon‌! CMUG is going to be a great network for you! (If you haven't found and joined 1:1 Initiatives‌, that's a helpful group as well.) There are a number of CMUG members who work/teach in a district with 1:1 iPads, myself included! At any time you have a mobile-centric discussion, feel free!  @rseilham  and I follow this group really closely, and we'll do our best to connect you with guides, resources, or other Community Members. Smiley Happy

vassallon
Community Member

 @klundstrum ‌, 

I did find the 1:1 group but it seemed rather empty of recent content. I'm just trying to learn as much as I can so I can assist the teachers of my district.

rseilham
Community Coach
Community Coach

The best way to offer up feedback is to create feature ideas when you see something missing, get involved with this community, and pay attention to any posts from  @peytoncraighill ‌ - he's the mobile PM and very open to feedback and discussion.