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InstCarn Recap: Day 3 - Session 4 - Escape the Room

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Live, interactive demo of an escape the room course.

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Escape the Room: Canvas Carnival

heidiadams | Digital Learning Specialist | Lakota Local Schools
ryan.corris@lakotaonline.com |Digital Learning Specialist | Lakota Local Schools

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Not a how to session.
Interactive with a course in resources.canvas.com  (Maybe if we are nice heidiadamsor ryan.corris@lakotaonline.comwill post the self registration link in the comments)  They have already shared everything here in the community.
  
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Resources in community and Badgr support site.
 
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LET'S ESCAPE!

After playing in the course for a while, I can attest that this is a cool concept and I look forward to further exploration soon.

*All of the content here is from my live session notes or straight from my memory. This means that I may miss something or be mistaken in my content. Please feel free to add to, put in context, or correct any mistakes by using the comments below. 

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Thanks mjennings@uab.edu!  I would be happy to add some information here as well.  If anyone would like to enroll in the Escape course and check it out, they can do so at tinyurl.com/canvescape. To take a step further and take a look under the hood to see how the course was created, search the Canvas Commons for "Canvescape" and "Corris".  You should be able to import the entire Escape course into one of your courses to see how things were put together.  There are also two different ways to get some explanations of how things were put together.  If you enroll in the course, once you escape you will have access to the last module that contains many explanations and a few other bonuses.  If you import the course from the Commons, you will have access to the explanations without having to escape first.

If anyone has questions about the course, feel free to ask.  And remember...this is just one way to do it.   Find out what will work for your situation/classroom and go with it.  I would love to hear how this works for anyone that tries it.

Best wishes,

Ryan

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