Come check out how to use GIFs in your Canvas Courses at Instructurecon 2019!
Using GIFs as Instructional/Training Tools in Canvas. #CanvasGIF #CanvasStudentGIF
I will be sharing all of the great uses of GIFs in Canvas and how I use them as instructional tools as well as feedback tools.
I am so excited!
After the session, I will be giving away a Camtasia license on Twitter as well!
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Calendar invite attached below!
- Check out some #CanvasGIFs now!
- Camtasia Website
- GIPHY Website
- Screenflow Website
- Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool
- Presentation is attached below!
I find communicating via animated gif a challenge. The selection of gif, especially when looking to communicate tone and establish shared cultural background knowledge, is sometimes where I struggle.
Will accessibility strategies also be covered in your talk?
Yes, I will talk about some of the best practices and resources for using GIFs and accessibility. As with anything in the course, I try to use UDL guidelines to ensure that all students are getting information regardless of delivery method.
Hi, loved your presentation over the summer, but just now getting some time to implement!
I've used gifs in my Canvas pages sporadically for a while, but I would love to know how to add one to the comments for a graded assignment. After I complete a rubric, I like to leave some lighthearted motivational comments and gifs seem perfectly suited for this. However, I haven't found a way to do it other than having students download a gif file - which kills the fun. Any ideas?