FeedbackFruits: OverviewUpdated onArticle
FeedbackFruits is a robust assessment and feedback tool suite that can facilitate individual or group oriented student-to-student, student-to-content, and instructor-to-student feedback activities, as well as many other interactive assessments.
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Restoring Archived ContentUpdated onArticle
Beginning May 22nd, 2023, Yale will be implementing an archival policy for media contained in Canvas Media Library (Panopto) folders. This policy will put any material not viewed in the last 3 years into an archived state.
No material will be deleted. Any necessary material can be accessed and brought back from the archives as needed following the steps outlined below.
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Understanding Courses in Past TermsUpdated onArticle
Courses that are past their Term Dates or manually set Course Participation Dates are still visible to all instructors and participants, but prevent participation or modification after that date. Courses from previous terms are organized and accessible under the "All Courses" list from the Global Navigation menu.
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Canvas Updates for Summer 2023Updated onArticle
Notable changes to the Canvas @ Yale environment, last updated 5/2/2023.
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Blackboard Ally: Points of Contact by SchoolUpdated onArticle
Each school at Yale University has their own points of contact that you can reach out to with questions or for additional help with either Blackboard Ally or other accessibility concerns with the design and facilitation of your course content. Please see below for your school's point of contact.
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Installing / Taking Respondus LockDown Browser Enabled Quizzes on Canvas (Student Guide)Updated onArticle
Respondus LockDown Browser is a locked browser that prevents you from printing, copying, going to another page, or using outside tools during a Canvas quiz activity. Your instructor may have elected to use Respondus LockDown Browser enabled quizzes in Canvas, which require students to download and install a special browser prior to taking the quiz. LockDown enabled quizzes will not allow you to take the quiz on a standard browser.
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Respondus LockDown Browser: OverviewUpdated onArticle
Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down a student's testing environment so that they are unable to navigate to other web pages or open other applications on the device they are taking the exam on. When used, students must download the browser in order to take a Canvas Quizzes item in which an instructor requires a LockDown environment. LockDown Browser can be enabled on any graded quiz in your course site.
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