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Summer 2022 FTC Workshops & Trainings


Although Academic Technology is not offering live workshops this summer, there are some resources you can use to build new skills or brush up on existing skills in Canvas, Creating Learning Experiences, and more.

And be sure to check back later this summer for live workshops in prep for fall!

Self-Paced Courses 

This summer, the Faculty Technology Center is offering two self-paced Canvas training resourcesThese courses will provide you with structure around the content and ideas being presented while allowing you to work at your own pace. 

For accessibility training and videos, visit the Universal Design Center Training Videos and Resources page.

This six-session collection covers different activities for your online course to facilitate different tiers of learning. The series progresses from recollection activities to the documentation of learning and the ability to create original work. Each session covers examples of activities and the tools/technology to add these activities to your online course.

The course is completely self-paced and delivered via Canvas. Click here to self-enroll in the course. Since this course requires the application of tools and concepts, we ask that you submit a ticket requesting a practice course titled "Your Name - Learning Experiences Practice Course".

*The lectures in this course are modified from a prior synchronous workshop

Canvas A-Z 

This course contains everything you need to know about Canvas. This asynchronous course teaches participants: 

  • How to update your Canvas profile and biography 

  • How to add your content to Canvas 

  • How to build assessments in Canvas 

  • How to use Canvas to communicate with students 

The course contains Quizzes that allow participants to review the concepts presented. This course is completely self-paced and delivered via Canvas. Click here to self-enroll in the course 

If you want to learn about specific functions in Canvas or want a refresher on a topic, the FTC has new self-guided training playlists on YouTube.  You can choose from the following topics: 

You can view the playlists at your own pace. These can be viewed sequentially or you can select the video or videos within the playlist you want to review.