Tuesday14Jan 2020

Canvas Tool Series: Interactive Syllabus

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
2020-01-14 09:30 2020-01-14 10:15 America/Los_Angeles Canvas Tool Series: Interactive Syllabus DeMille 150 IS&T's Training and Collaboration Center

RSVP is required

DeMille 150

IS&T's Training and Collaboration Center

Staff and Faculty

are invited to attend.

DeMille 100

The Interactive Syllabus is an online document created in the Syllabus tool that allows instructors to embed links to class activities (e.g., assignments, discussions, quizzes, resources, etc.). In this workshop you will learn how an interactive syllabus can be used within your course and how to begin building out the content within the syllabus.


What you will need to bring to this workshop: A copy of the course syllabus and/or an assignment list of all assignments (including assignments, tests, quizzes, projects, papers, etc.) for the course.

Attendance options:

*in person at Orange Campus with hands-on assistance

*or, remotely via Zoom

Joining Via Zoom 

  • Trainings begin promptly. The link is available 30 minutes prior to the start time and we suggest you log in 20 minutes beforehand to ensure everything is working correctly.
  • If you have not done so already please view Zoom's Support Portal, for your device, to ensure your speaker/microphone or headset are ready for the session. Select the “Getting Started” topic and review the appropriate links.
  • Mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads are compatible with Zoom but require you to download an app. Search “Zoom” in your mobile store to download the app.
  • Link to the Session: https://chapman.zoom.us/my/canvas

The Presenter(s) will monitor the “Q&A” dialogue box during the session.
If you have technical support issues on the day of the training please visit the Zoom Support Page

If you require accommodation in order to fully participate in any of our workshops, please email canvas@chapman.edu. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.


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