CanvasLive

CanvasLIVE is your virtual faculty/staff lounge.
CanvasLIVE is where community members host and/or participate in different live events. Come deepen your friendships and enjoy a collegiate chat. Or, troubleshoot Canvas issues and drop some edu-tech knowledge. Whatever you decide, take time out of your week to enjoy face-to-face connections with your Canvas peers, virtually.

View upcoming events on the Google Calendar


Post your CanvasLive Event!
NOTE: Please do not host event topics related to features that are still in closed beta. Active Beta User Groups exist for these kinds of interactions.

Request your events promotion using the link above

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If you need to change an event, please use the form to submit the event again with "CORRECTED" in the event title

Community Team
Community Team

Calls for innovation-causing disruption in education have been echoed for years. However, no one expected the revolution to come in the form of a global pandemic. Students and teachers across the world have engaged in a large variety of non-traditional learning practices as a result of COVID-19 over the last several months. As a result, the time for a mastery metamorphosis in education has come. Join us to see how MasteryConnect by Instructure can not only mitigate learning gaps caused by COVID-19 and other factors, but dramatically and sustainably improve student growth and achievement.

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Community Team
Community Team

Arguably, an Assistant Principal’s role is more varied than any other role in education. However, one of the most important roles an Assistant Principal has is that of an Instructional Leader.  Join Trenton Goble as he talks with three current and former Assistant Principals to discuss their roles and how they can best impact student learning as an Assistant Principal.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-08-15)We'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, July 30th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:30pm MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-07-18)We'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, July 2nd, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:30pm MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-26857-canvas-release-notes-2020-06-20 and the final set of Ready Release FeaturesWe'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, June 4th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:30pm MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

“I have a question about Canvas. Do you have a sec?” said any Canvas user at some point in his/her life. 

Many of us know there are multiple ways to apply the tools and leverage the features in Canvas. Despite having almost thousands of pages of official guide documentation and 33K+ posts in Q&A, we still rely heavily on our colleagues and other community members for real-time support.

Can you spare an hour?

We initially asked this question of our Canvas Advocates. And we were overwhelmed with their initial responses! Many of them found times in their already-busy schedules to commit to future virtual office hours, free to anyone in the community. In fact, as of this posting, over 20 hours of open virtual office time have been scheduled through July 31, 2020!

Some office hours are audience-specific (i.e. for admins or teachers). Some are platform-specific, like mobile. Others are people-specific. I mean, who wouldn’t want to 'Jabber with Jenna' or talk all-things-Canvas with Beth?

We are thankful to our Canvas Advocates who are setting a great example. Click here to check out all of the upcoming virtual office hours.

Can community members host virtual office hours?

Yes. YES. YASSSS! We would love that! In fact, we welcome any hour you can provide in support of each other. Schedule your office hours when it’s most convenient for you (even if that means 5am or 10pm). We are a global community, after all.

Click for steps on hosting your CanvasLIVE event

NOTE: There are no naming conventions for ‘event title’ (but be sure to select ‘office hours’ under event type so members can easily filter by and find an event.) Title your office hours however you wish (i.e., “Bob’s Office Hours”, “Teacher Office Hours”, “Open Lab for All”) -- you get the idea!


But what if I don’t have the answers?

** News flash** We don’t always have all the answers, either!

Seriously, don’t feel like you have to duplicate Canvas support. We want you to be there to help answer questions to the best of your ability, point people to resources and guides in the community, and help users make progress towards their goals (even if that means helping them create a support ticket.)

“Answering questions and solving problems is a key to my own professional development. If I do not know the answer, I take the time to explore the possibilities during the session,” encourages professorbeyrer@gmail.com, Canvas Advocate who has already hosted over 40 virtual office hours in the Canvas community since 2017. “Through those interactions, I have discovered new ways of doing things and hopefully helped others.”

Any tips?

There isn’t a right or wrong way to host virtual office hours. But if you want to avoid being “Zoom-bombed” or ensure you don’t share the wrong screen, here are a few suggestions:

  • Use video conferencing technology with which you are most familiar. People should be able to hear and see you, clearly. Ensure that participants can join easily and securely, if possible (i.e. enable waiting room in Zoom, know how to kick people out who aren’t appropriate, etc.)
  • Stay online the entire time. Even if no one shows up, keep your event open the entire scheduled time. You never know who might show up later in the session. Multi-task if you wish, but don’t end early.
  • Share the time with a colleague. If you don’t want to go at it alone, tag-team with another colleague. At least, if no one shows up, you have some time to catch up. Smiley Wink
  • Double-book with your school. If you already host virtual office hours at your school, consider opening up one of those sessions to the wider Canvas community. (Or vice versa - if you’re hosting an event here, let your faculty know, as well.)
  • Avoid recording the session. These sessions are not meant for public consumption. People are coming to seek help in real-time (and sometimes that’s easier than articulating their question as a Q&A). Respect their privacy.

Some faculty are developing new Canvas courses. Other Canvas admins are helping schools wrap up their semesters. Sometimes all we need is to talk through our Canvas journey with a friendly face.

Keep helping each other!

Smiley Happy

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Community Team
Community Team

This session will feature two members of the Instructure Training team: Woody Roper and Paris Azarvand. We’ll cover the top 5 questions that Canvas support fields everyday from Educators and Students. Woody and Paris will share their insight from Support and offer some tips to assist you whenever these questions occur in your Canvas course.

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Community Team
Community Team

Join Trenton Goble, VP of K12 Strategy, as he connects with two Canvas experts you might recognize from the well-loved podcast, “The Canvascasters,” Eddie Small and Marcus Painter. As avid users and trainers of Canvas LMS, they will discuss important implementation strategies for leaders and share their best advice for getting started with an LMS.

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Community Team
Community Team

Join VP of K12 Strategy, Trenton Goble, as he connects with two superintendents, Dr. D’Andre Weaver and Dr. Gregory McCord, to discuss how they are supporting the leaders in their districts and planning for the unknowns of next year.

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

Mobile learning is more important than ever! In this session, stop by to hear some best practices, pick up some new design tips, ask questions, or to collaborate. There is so much value within the Canvas Student, Canvas Teacher, and Canvas Parent app. We'll do our best to get you started and to provide some clarity of some of the most used (and loved) features.

 

 

Additional Resources

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-05-16) and the Ready Release FeaturesWe'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, May 6th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-04-18) and Ready Release FeaturesWith each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, April 1st, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-03-21)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, February 27th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-02-15)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, January 30th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2020-01-18)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Tuesday, January 7th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. (We usually meet approximately 10 days after the publication of the Release Notes, but we'll meet later due to many schools in North America being on semester break.) If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Advocate
Community Advocate

This is a concurrent session.

Description

This is an open-ended session hosted by one of Instructure’s Canvas experts, Erin Keefe. You’ll be invited to ask your most pressing “How do I…” questions and learn a ton in a very short time.

By the end of the session, participants will be able to: 
1) Identify answers to their most pressing Canvas questions 
2) Apply new tips and tricks in their use of Canvas

Registration

Registration information can be found on the session page: Stump the Panda. All sessions will be recorded.

Can•Innovate: Brought to you by the CVC-OEI

In support of California's 114 community colleges that use Canvas, Can•Innovate showcases creative practices in online teaching and course design. Communities that share together, innovate together.

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Instructure
Instructure

We're ready for EDUCAUSE 2019....are you?

Fun, collectable swag ordered...check. Smart, knowledgeable Canvas-xperts ready to answer your questions...check and check.   

We’re excited to share all the great things added to the Canvas family over the past few months. Join us to find out how we’ve added opportunities in Canvas to magnify learning and transport the entire educational experience. 


Stop by our Booth (#1745): we'll have a lot going on!

  • Win a pair of Apple AirPods.  We’re giving away a pair of Apple AirPods to one lucky winner during our showcase booth demos. Stop by and enter for a chance to win a pair! (schedule coming soon) 

 

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-12-21)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, December 5th (10 days after the publication of the Release Notes), let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release NotesWith each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Friday, November 8th (~10 days after the publication of the Release Notes), let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-10-19)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, October 10th (10 days after the publication of the Release Notes), let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach
Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-09-21)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, September 5th (10 days after the publication of the Release Notes), let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MDT. If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

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Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-08-17)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Thursday, August 1st (10 days after the publication of the Release Notes), let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:30pm MST. If a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know! If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-07-13)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, July 3rd, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:15pm MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-06-22)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, June 12th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 12:30pm MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-06-01)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, May 22nd, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-05-11)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, May 1st, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
Always RSVP to an event (whether it's yes/no/maybe). It's a great way to get updates about this session, participate in follow-up discussions, and be notified of upcoming events similar to this topic or with this host. (NOTE: You must activate your community account before RSVPing to any CanvasLIVE event.)

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Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-04-20)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, April 10th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 10:00am MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-03-30)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, March 20th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

EVENT TIP
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Community Coach

Description

With each announcement in Release Notes, we test and question the changes. We also determine whether or not teachers need to be trained on updates. Since so many people do this already (many times on their own), why not share your notes and join a conversation? We'll work asynchronously and synchronously in a chatroom!

 

Agenda

We'll take a detailed look at all of the updates in the Canvas Release Notes (2019-03-09)With each update, we'll share our excitement, discuss our concerns, and come up with suggestions to post back to the Community.

  • What excites you about the changes?
  • What doesn't work exactly like described in the Release Notes?
  • What do you wish was different? Are there any new feature ideas that could be shared with others?
  • How do you plan to roll-out some of the updates to your staff or students?

 

On Wednesday, February 27th, let's meet synchronously for 45-minutes at 9:30am MST (if a Community Member from Europe or Australia would like to "host" another session also, let Kristin know!) If you can make the synchronous chat, awesome! The more the merrier, but don't feel you are required to attend a synchronous chat in order to participate in the chat!

 

Additional Resources

  • Participants will need to sign up for a free Fleep account. It's easy to sign in using a Google or Microsoft email address. The link to this event's chat will be posted shortly after the publication of the Release Notes.
  •  All other documents will be linked in a comment at the conclusion of the synchronous chat.

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The holidays are just around the corner and what better way to spend the downtime then binge-watching InstructureCon 2018‌ session recordings! (We doubt there's this level of professional development on Netflix.)

Of course, there are 130+ sessions from which to choose! This makes it a bit challenging to know which video to start. So, we created the following playlist purely based on two metrics: play rate (videos that were clicked and played) and engagement rate (% of the video watched). Based on this analysis, the TOP 20 videos were determined.

TOP 20

Click here to see the FULL LIST OF INSTRUCTURECON 2018 VIDEOS.

We want to hear from you! Feel free to link to your favorites below. Or go to the video and share your feedback with a 'like' or a comment.

Happy viewing.

Smiley Happy

Biray (and the Events Team)

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