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Canvas Level 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Deborah Paulsen
10:18
I signed up for three free self-paced online class at @one. I also got on the wait list for some certifications. The college should be able to reimburse us for classes via the professional growth committee.
Carla Lubow
11:45
I called Spectrum and they wouldn't do a thing. Only if you are a new customer adding service
cindyluis
14:37
thank you good tips just tested mine 100 & 3.5
Deborah Paulsen
19:19
Emil do you want to show how to set up the late assignment deduction in the grade book?
Osvaldo Larios
20:36
My screen for speedgrader looks very different than yours. My school uses VeriCite
Greg Morrison
22:32
can you use the inbox email if the class is not published yet?
Osvaldo Larios
23:31
How do I make my speedgrader screen look like yours
cindyluis
23:43
can you show us how to reuse comments?
Deborah Paulsen
23:55
Yes.
cindyluis
26:09
that’s brilliant! thanks
Osvaldo Larios
27:05
I do drag that part, but nothing happens
Osvaldo Larios
27:32
Here is pic of what I see
Osvaldo Larios
27:52
Very hard to read lol
Osvaldo Larios
27:56
Yes, LAMC
Greg Morrison
28:12
thanks
Osvaldo Larios
28:18
The lines and paragraphs are all over the same.
Osvaldo Larios
28:22
Yes, LAMC
Osvaldo Larios
28:28
I use VeriCite
cindyluis
28:44
maybe it’s a different type of assignment being graded?
Osvaldo Larios
29:11
Okie :) thx
Osvaldo Larios
29:23
Im on Chrome
Chef Jesse
29:46
thank you
cindyluis
35:51
will you show us grading with rubrics?
Joe Ryan
40:25
Nice cat!
Chloe Allred
40:37
Thanks!
Joe Ryan
40:43
Orange tabbies rule
Chloe Allred
41:16
She’s going to be the star of all my demo videos for my students.
Filemon Kevin Samson
50:15
Where is the moderate button???
Chef Jesse
50:27
jesse
Deborah Paulsen
51:58
I think for timed exams we also have to fill out the test proctor form in the SIS for the DSPS students that need that accommodation.
Chef Jesse
53:52
thank you
Albert Ybarra
54:05
@Gustavo — THANK YOU for your help!
L. Jacob Skelton
54:18
Thank you, Gustavo!
cindyluis
54:20
great tip!
Osvaldo Larios
54:22
Awesome!!! I love it. Thanks Gustavo
Aracely Molina
54:30
Could you please recap the steps?
Gevork Demirchyan
55:01
90 extra minutes? should we put the full amount of time required or just the additional time?
Gevork Demirchyan
55:36
The way Emil put it in, it said "90 extra minutes"
Aracely Molina
55:51
You have to go to setting to import content
Filemon Kevin Samson
55:54
I think you have to share your CANVAS shell with that person
Filemon Kevin Samson
56:01
if you want them to share the quiz
Filemon Kevin Samson
56:19
You have to import from something you already have access.
Albert Ybarra
56:23
Accomodation for Quizzes with time limit See: https://community.canvaslms.com/thread/10487
Filemon Kevin Samson
56:44
You do not have access to their CANVAS shell unless they grant you access.
Gevork Demirchyan
57:38
thanks, Albert
Filemon Kevin Samson
57:48
You need permission to copy from another professor's CANVAS shell. Also, you must grant the other professor your permission to share content with your course shells.
David Falk
58:23
Does this mean that any quizzes or tests I enter into Canvas are automatically available to any instructor?
Filemon Kevin Samson
58:40
What is the process for exchanging permissions to share content???
Osvaldo Larios
58:46
No, unless you share your Canvas shell with another instructor
Albert Ybarra
01:00:21
@Filemon Professors need to ask professors for access, which they can grant to you. Once added, you can copy.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:01:51
Yes. I understand that. What is the process for doing that? Last time I did it, the DE department created the share request.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:02:10
Does DE or CANVAS administrators have to initiate the share request every time?
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:02:57
Or is there a way for Professors to initiate the permission share requests themselves? If so, what is that process?
cindyluis
01:03:43
A true/false question has the answer “true” or “false” regarding the statement that you put in the question. for example, 2+2+5 answer: “true” or “false”
elizabeth blackwell
01:04:39
can you send this step on how to create quizzes
PaulF
01:05:06
For the first question, can we say 2+3+5?
PaulF
01:05:21
2+3=5?
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:05:58
Sharing content is not optimal under normal circumstances, because every professor personalizes their course presentation, however under the current situation, it might be a very good short term option.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:11:16
Perfect! That was my next question. Emil, your rubrics look pretty good. Please show us how you creat them.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:11:37
*create
Rafael Arias, LAVC
01:12:13
Can you go over Question groups? How does that work and what is its purpose?
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:13:10
Be sure to update the due dates and other information when you import.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:16:05
Nice. Can you create more columns as well?
Deborah Paulsen
01:18:17
Great tip, Chloe!
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:18:55
Can you do both?
Deborah Paulsen
01:19:14
You can open the rubric if you forget the values.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:19:26
Both comments and also use the rubric to do grades?
Gustavo Jimenez
01:21:06
I typically put a rubric, but don't use it to write comments in. The rubric is more for students, so they know what I was specifically asking in a particular assignment.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:21:22
Ahhh… thanks. Criteria (rows) / Ratings (columns).
Deborah Paulsen
01:23:09
Right Emil!
Deborah Paulsen
01:23:34
WHAT???
Aracely Molina
01:26:20
I have a question? How do we save our rubric for future use? Do I have to share it to commons to have access to these in the future? I have used rubrics before, but some do not transfer over.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:26:52
Be careful when sharing to commons.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:27:40
Is commons where everything is shared with everyone?
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:29:00
Does sharing to commons mean everyone can access and use what you share?
Deborah Paulsen
01:30:33
Thanks, Emil!
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:33:34
I think when you show grades as a percentage on CANVAS, the grade calculator will automatically include all assignments (including attendance), even if you do not want them used in calculating the perc
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:35:09
tage.
Osvaldo Larios
01:37:20
Can you explain “New Question Group”? How it works and the benefits of using it over “New Question” when making a quiz/exam
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:37:44
David, good question. This presents problems for CANVAS grade calculator.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:38:36
It is different, because CANVAS will still calculate their percentage, using 0 as one of the variables.
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:40:00
So, does that mean you have to manually replace the 0 score, with the average score?
Sue Meier
01:42:03
Just wanted to thank you for this, made a whole lot more clear.
Gevork Demirchyan
01:42:17
it should always hold true, Emil
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:42:28
Thanks.
Chloe Allred
01:43:01
Thank you, Emil!
Osvaldo Larios
01:43:03
This has been awesome! Thanks everyone. Go TeamWork
Filemon Kevin Samson
01:43:20
Go TEAM!
Osvaldo Larios
01:43:36
Thanks Emil :)
Gevork Demirchyan
01:43:37
thanks, Emil!
David Falk
01:43:41
Thanks, Emil!
Kemal Yassin
01:43:49
Thank you Emil