Using Canvas for Asynchronous Online Training – A Complete Training Platform.

Bios & Handouts

Scheduled at 3:30pm in Waverly on Wednesday November, 16.

#4546

Speaker(s)

  • Kelly Roberts, Kelly, University of Hawaii
  • Mya Eveland, , Georgia Tech

Session Details

  • Length of Session: 1-hr
  • Format:
  • Expertise Level: Intermediate
  • Type of session: General Conference

Summary

Using Canvas for Asynchronous Online Training - A Complete Training Platform will walk people through the steps of using Canvas as an online training platform.

Abstract

The presenters will walk attendees through the steps and process of creating an accessible online training using Canvas. This will include establishing the framework of the training, posting video, developing test questions, and utilizing analytics.

Keypoints

  1. How to use Canvas in an accessible manner
  2. How to establish and achieve objectives in an online training
  3. How to access Canvas analytics

Disability Areas

Other

Topic Areas

Faculty Instruction/Accessible Course Design

Speaker Bio(s)

Kelly Roberts

Kelly D. Roberts, PhD is a Professor at the Center on Disability Studies (CDS) at the University of Hawai`i. She has developed curricula related to educating postsecondary education faulty in meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities. She has also conducted extensive higher education faculty professional development.

Mya Eveland

Mya L. Eveland, MA is an educational technology specialist at Georgia Tech University. She worked with Dr. Roberts, at the University of Hawaii, to develop online training using Canvas. She has broad insights into accessibility making online training accessible.

Handout(s)