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Search or browse through our resources. From guidance on Canvas basics and associated tools to Zoom tips to assist you with remote teaching, this is the place for discovery and development of your skills.
Working with Canvas
Support to plan and design a Canvas subject site.
This collection will guide you through the process of building your Canvas course.
Canvas offers a range of different options that you and your students can use to communicate.
Set up and grade a range of assessments types in Canvas.
Examples of some of the best subject sites from across UTS
Tools for teaching
Practical approaches and inspiration for using technology to teach
Set up and use Microsoft Teams in your teaching
Qwickly is an attendance taking tool integrated into the UTS Canvas environment
How to work with Review for assessment marking
Facilitate classes using Zoom to connect
Feedback and assessment
Ideas and approaches to improving feedback
Prepare, build, and deliver exams effectively and securely in a remote learning environment
Get started on developing video assessments in your subjects
Focus on accessibility
Rich media and interaction
Engage and inspire students in your virtual classroom
Explore effective ways to create and manage videos for learning and teaching
Create interactive content in Canvas with H5P
Get set up and learn how to create interactive online polls with Mentimeter
Methods of sharing video with UTS-supported technologies
Tips and activities to ensure your students have a sense of belonging and connection to you and each other
Interpret learner surveys to make informed choices about your course design and teaching
Ready-made materials that you can incorporate within your course for modifying your existing content
Strategies and technologies that support students to work together
Resources to help you deliver effectively in a fully online learning environment
Support students to make the most of internships in a workplace
A guide to employing human centred design processes to improve your teaching practice