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MiraCosta Online Ed Flex Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Karen Turpin
24:10
Welcome EveryoneThe Workshop will start at 3:30pm.
Jim Julius
32:05
Hi everybody
Karen Turpin
32:13
Hello Jim
Gregg Kelley
32:21
Howdy
Leola Powers
33:02
good afternoon all!
Kavita Patel
33:13
Hi Everyone!
janetricci
33:17
Hello everyone
Leslie Branson
33:46
Hello!
Karen Turpin
34:15
Hello everyone and welcome
dawnbell
34:22
Hello :)
Beth Powell
34:44
Hellow everyone!
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
35:02
Hi All...
lillady
35:07
Hello :)
Karen Turpin
35:17
Yes!
Amanda Hill
35:19
yes
Nancy Thuleen
35:19
Yes
Marla Williams
35:19
Woo hoo, sound
lillady
35:19
Yes
dawnbell
35:20
yes :)
laurabermudez
35:21
I hear you
Anne Holland
35:21
yes
Donna Marqués
35:21
yes
Leslie Branson
35:23
yes
Laura Paciorek
35:24
Yes
janetricci
35:27
Yes I can
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
35:30
Yes I can hear and see you
Andy
35:31
Yes
Leslie Branson
35:33
yes
Marla Williams
35:37
I see you curry :)
dreeves
36:36
Hello everyone. I can see and hear everything.
Jim Julius
36:48
Lots of folks here both online and in the room!
louisamoon
36:51
Hello
Karen Turpin
36:52
Outstanding thank you all. They are just about to get started.
Jim Julius
37:15
We’ll start in a moment, just finalizing setup here.
Karen Turpin
37:17
They have a few things to setup. Then they will begin
Mary Gross
38:12
Jim, the session is taking control of my entire screen. Any way we can toggle between the screen and my personal Canvas and/or Word docs?
Karen Turpin
38:39
Yes Mary. In the right corner at the top you can exit full screen
Mary Gross
38:58
I tried all that and it's not letting me
Karen Turpin
39:00
Click on the View Options
Karen Turpin
39:09
Jim will be showing you in just a minute here
Mary Gross
39:17
thanks
Karen Turpin
39:19
It will be in his slides
Karen Turpin
39:33
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Karen Turpin
41:15
Confer Zoom Signup for Free for Facultyhttp://conferzoom.org/ConferZoom/SignUp
Karen Turpin
42:00
More information about ConferZoom if you are interested in the tool we are using today.https://tic.miracosta.edu/campus-teaching-technologies/conferzoom/
Karen Turpin
45:29
Jim and I will do our best. :=)
Jim Julius
45:45
The google document being shared is at http://goo.gl/5Q9TRF
Jim Julius
48:06
Find these resources and instructions there that curry is scrolling through now.
Karen Turpin
48:24
Turnitin Information on our Campus Website can be found at:https://tic.miracosta.edu/campus-teaching-technologies/turnitin/Documentaiton on the new LTI 2.0 as well as the previous version LTI 1.0 is here. Also on the document for this classhttp://goo.gl/5Q9TRF
Marla Williams
48:29
Yes, I am — Turnitin user
Laura Paciorek
48:53
I use it.
louisamoon
50:45
I’ve used it previously
Karen Turpin
51:38
The version that Curry is showing now is Turnitin LTI 2.0. Additional information and directions can be found here:https://tic.miracosta.edu/turnitin-for-canvas/
Karen Turpin
52:10
This is the new version that is tightly integrated within Canvas.
Laura Paciorek
54:27
Oooooo! Wow. This is nice.
Laura Paciorek
54:43
So much easier.
Karen Turpin
55:06
With Turnitin 2.0 you use the Canvas Tools built in when you use Turnitin. Rubrics and Speedgrader.
Karen Turpin
55:18
Agree Laura it is very nice.
AKae760
55:38
Do you have to redo the rubric each semester?
Karen Turpin
55:59
No, you do not need to re-do each semester. You can copy the rubrics from course to course.
AKae760
56:10
ty
Karen Turpin
57:32
The nice part of this is it appears the same as your other non Turnitin assignments. That same look and feel students are already used to.
Karen Turpin
58:02
Yes you do need to click it each time.
Karen Turpin
59:41
The paper will be saved on Canvas as well on Turnitin
Leslie Branson
01:00:01
Karen, could speaker please repeat audience questions - not hearing them all completely. Tnx!
Karen Turpin
01:00:14
If you need direct access (often after the semeste is long over contact me and I will show you how).
Marla Williams
01:00:27
YES! I need to be able to use my existing Turnitin rubrics
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:01:01
Yes, please ask speaker to repeat audience questions so we can hear them. Thanks.
Karen Turpin
01:01:16
Leslie I just messaged Jim in the room.
Jim Julius
01:01:26
Also I am seeing the chat, so got it.
Leslie Branson
01:01:35
Thank you:)
dreeves
01:02:25
i have made assignments and i click on turn it in the palgairism review and I do not get all that you showed, the things to click on do not appear. all i get is when the students can see it
syndeewood
01:02:30
I prefer Speed Grader as well. I have to use Trademark at CSUSM, but prefer the Canvas rubrics and grading program.
syndeewood
01:03:31
*Grademark :-)
laurabermudez
01:04:53
What percentage is acceptable?
laurabermudez
01:05:23
I am referring to the percentage that Turnitin provides
Jim Julius
01:05:27
Laura, I will ask curry and Billy their thoughts
louisamoon
01:06:30
It rates papers as green, yellow or red, depending on the percentage, but when you look you’ll see that it might be a bibliographic entry that wasn’t necessarily copied, but just is the standard way to cite that source.
louisamoon
01:07:13
It also might be quotation marks missing, although the person is clearly trying to cite a source.
Nancy Thuleen
01:07:36
Do students get those notifications by default, or do they have to turn on the setting for receiving notifications?
Nancy Thuleen
01:07:47
Some of mine seem to get it, others don’t and I’m not clear on why.
louisamoon
01:08:02
So, you have to look at it. If there are whole paragraphs that are from another source, word-for-word, that’s obvious plagiarism.
Beth Powell
01:08:58
If you are using Camtasia and want to upload the media content, do you still have to render it and produce the video first?
louisamoon
01:09:02
50% seems really high to me
Nancy Thuleen
01:09:32
Beth: I think yes, you would have to save the Camtasia project as a MP4 or video file first before uploading to Canvas.
Nancy Thuleen
01:09:52
Camtasia is probably overkill for a simple video comment feedback, though! :)
Mary Gross
01:09:56
I agree. I look deeply even with 15% to see what exactly is the issue
Beth Powell
01:10:09
That's what I thought. It could take a very long time to do that for every student
Karen Turpin
01:10:32
Here is guideHow do I set my Canvas notification preferences as a student?https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10624-4212710344
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:10:44
Please repeat audience questions so we can all hear...
louisamoon
01:11:00
If you look it up, the probability that they came up with 11 consecutive words that were the same as someone else’s is miniscule.
Karen Turpin
01:11:11
By default students are subscribed, however once they log on and take a class they may have changed the notifications. Encourage them to check notifications and turn on the ones they are interested in.
syndeewood
01:11:39
I have had that problem.
syndeewood
01:11:52
The students need to click on “View Feedback” I think.
Karen Turpin
01:11:54
Speedgrader Annotations should display in the Canvas App. Have the student reach out to Canvas Support or the Student Helpdesk
Karen Turpin
01:12:22
Ah yes --- Tell your students to click View Feedback
syndeewood
01:12:27
Then they will see your little blue dots or highlights or whatever speed-reader tool you used to leave feedback.
syndeewood
01:12:56
And it is not as easy to figure out on a phone. Tell them to look at the tabs across the top of their screen.
Karen Turpin
01:12:58
Here is a guide for your students:How do I view annotation feedback comments from my instructor directly in my assignment submission?https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10542-4212352349
syndeewood
01:13:27
Excellent resource, Karen. Thank you!
Karen Turpin
01:14:54
Beth: Yes in Camtasia you must render the video as a .mp4 file. Then you can upload the video to 3C Media Solutions. That is now available in Canvas. Here is a video of the entire process. It is new!https://youtu.be/UkCk4nHn8Uo
Karen Turpin
01:15:25
(For 3C Media once you have the file as a .mp4)
Karen Turpin
01:15:41
Video link here:https://youtu.be/UkCk4nHn8Uo
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:15:51
I have used these preset comments as well as ones I wrote myself. Love it.
Jim Julius
01:16:06
But for uploading individual student feedback you probably would just send the MP4 directly into Canvas and not use 3CMedia
Marla Williams
01:17:10
To confirm, to access existing GradeMark and Turnitin rubrics we must create our assignments using the external tool method, not the new 2.0 integrated Turnitin right?
Karen Turpin
01:17:11
Yes you would want to keep those private.
Karen Turpin
01:17:30
Yes that is avaiable in 1.0 only
Jim Julius
01:17:34
Marla, correct.
Karen Turpin
01:17:36
Not available in 2.0
Marla Williams
01:18:07
Got it. I think I will switch over to Speed grader, but baby steps…. Gotta get this Canvas down first.
laurabermudez
01:23:47
yes
Beth Powell
01:23:51
not yet
syndeewood
01:23:54
I do.
Nancy Thuleen
01:24:25
I use Google Sheets/Docs to have students fill in sheets with signup times or other info.
Jim Julius
01:24:27
what people are saying: class schedule - share readings, activities - easy to change
syndeewood
01:24:27
I use it because I just revise or update one doc instead of all the individual assignments in all the sections at all the colleges.
syndeewood
01:24:49
Yes, what Billy said.
louisamoon
01:24:56
Do you think a Google doc is better than a page in Canvas?
Jim Julius
01:24:58
😊
Jim Julius
01:25:10
Louisa, it depends
Jim Julius
01:26:07
If it’s got just a little info and just for one class, I wouldn’t bother Google doc-ing. But if it’s got lots of info and you are using it across multiple classes, Google doc is worth a thought
Jim Julius
01:26:43
Especially if it’s something you expect you might want to change and it won’t be fixed forever
syndeewood
01:26:58
For me, like Jim says, it depends. I like the pages on Canvas because I have the options for some pretty fun visuals. Tabs, grids, buttons, etc. But for assignments with prompts, where there will be only text, I just drop the Google doc in. Easier to format and easy upkeep/revision/editing.
Donna Marqués
01:27:16
no
Nancy Thuleen
01:27:22
They don’t have to create an account to edit shared Sheets, at least.
louisamoon
01:28:09
What does it look like for students in Canvas? Does it look like a page or a file?
Jim Julius
01:28:22
It just embeds very nicely
Jim Julius
01:28:27
I think Billy will be demoing
laurabermudez
01:32:31
I just clicked that down arrow and didn’t get a google option
Karen Turpin
01:32:32
This guide may be helpfulCanvas Release: Google Apps LTIhttps://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-8732-canvas-release-google-apps-lti
Karen Turpin
01:32:56
Laura - Google is now to the left of the arrow. It has its own icon
laurabermudez
01:33:05
Thanks!
laurabermudez
01:35:34
That google upload is great! Wish I knew about that beforehand! Thank you.
AKae760
01:36:51
does google own the rights to the docs you create (similar to IG owning your photos)?
Claire Ehrlinger
01:37:12
If you have a Google doc and you link it to your canvas course, can you prevent student's from editing it?
Jim Julius
01:38:15
Claire, yes
louisamoon
01:39:04
If I put it in as a file, the student has the option of downloading that file for use offline (studying). Do they have that option with a pdf I put on Google drive?
Jim Julius
01:39:39
Louisa, if you provide a link, and ensure the permissions are set up correctly, yes
Karen Turpin
01:39:39
Louisa - Yes
Karen Turpin
01:47:49
Using Google in Canvashttps://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-6464-using-google-in-canvas
Jim Julius
01:48:34
Also here’s my trick for embedding an actual Google doc in Canvas and have it look as good as possible: https://tic.miracosta.edu/embedding-google-docs-in-canvas/
Karen Turpin
01:50:07
How do I copy content from another Canvas course?https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-12935-415257077
Karen Turpin
01:50:54
You can do 'Select Specific Content' and only pull over the specific files or items you need.
Karen Turpin
01:51:34
You can use several times during the semester. They key is to 'Select Specific Content'.
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:53:38
Lots of great information! Thank you!
Karen Turpin
01:54:06
One Drive / Office 365 integration is coming soon. We will be starting the testing this semester between Canvas and AIS.
Karen Turpin
01:54:39
We are not ready to release it yet, but we suspect by next semester.
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:55:05
Karen, does that mean teaching Office 365 in the Microsoft Office classes, instead of Offrice 16 or 19, etc.?
Karen Turpin
01:56:29
Debra: I'm not sure. You will need to discuss with your deparment chair/lead,
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:56:39
OK, thanks :)
Jim Julius
01:57:23
The session resource/instruction document again: http://goo.gl/5Q9TRF
Mary Gross
02:01:58
What did curry say this was called?
Jim Julius
02:02:02
grid
Karen Turpin
02:04:40
URL to SelfEnroll in Curry's Page Design Coursehttps://miracosta.instructure.com/enroll/CECXEM
Jim Julius
02:07:33
Lots of scared people in the room :-)
Marla Williams
02:07:42
Online too!
Jim Julius
02:08:13
If these humanities folks can do this, anyone can :-)
Karen Turpin
02:08:14
No worries folks. You can create a beautiful course without editing the HTML.
Megan Allison
02:08:19
This is killer.
Kavita Patel
02:08:20
I am in my territory, programming :0)
Megan Allison
02:09:00
SO way more advanced for me right now but thanks for showing us the coding and stuff. Totally turned on light bulbs for me!
Karen Turpin
02:09:39
I use the tools that are built in to the Canvas Editor. Point, click, and go.
Karen Turpin
02:09:55
But this is helpful for those who want to customize further. :=)
Jim Julius
02:09:58
You can do tabs that way, Karen?
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
02:10:05
This is FABULOUS. Thank you!
Karen Turpin
02:10:08
No, you can not. I do not use tabs.
Anne Holland
02:11:40
This is where my kids can be my IT support.
Karen Turpin
02:13:23
If things go south you can restore the page to the previous version.How do I view the history of a page in a course?https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-13137-4152101244
Karen Turpin
02:14:21
Also helpful if you accidentally deleted content using the Canvas editor. It happens to all of us so it is nice to know you can go back to that change before you saved.
louisamoon
02:16:07
How do you turn them off?
louisamoon
02:16:32
In settings?
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
02:17:53
If I want to change a page, I sometimes duplicate it, thus saving the original, in case I need to trash the changes I saved. Kind of like a "Save As".
Karen Turpin
02:17:57
Louisa: Yes that is in Settings, then Navigation.
Karen Turpin
02:18:12
You can turn off Navigation Items
Karen Turpin
02:19:18
Here is a guide that will helpHow do I manage Course Navigation links?https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-12933
louisamoon
02:19:54
I like to change my homepage on a weekly basis so that students have a sort of weekly announcement of each module and assignments for the week.
syndeewood
02:19:55
Jim, can you say more about due dates on pages?
Jim Julius
02:20:49
That is a new feature that was announced at the Canvas conference this summer, Synee
Jim Julius
02:20:52
Syndee
Jim Julius
02:21:36
I am not certain if it is in Canvas at this point or if it is on the way soon
syndeewood
02:21:45
Exciting! Thanks!
Jim Julius
02:23:08
Questions from anyone online?
Kavita Patel
02:23:10
Thanks Bill, Curry, Jim, and Karen for all the useful information to make our courses easy for students. And to use all the cool features in Canvas along with external docs/apps.
louisamoon
02:23:18
Thanks!
Jim Julius
02:23:31
Question was whether you can choose not to have announcements sent as email
syndeewood
02:23:38
So much great info and example. Thank you!
lillady
02:23:39
Thanks :)
lcluff
02:23:45
Thanks all!
Karen Turpin
02:24:42
Students Opt in to Notifications. The instructor can not force notifiations or supress the notifications. Students are in control of how much or how little they are notified.
Karen Turpin
02:25:02
notifications
Anne Holland
02:25:16
Lots of good info today, thanks.
Karen Turpin
02:25:56
Email from your SURF roster will send directly to the student's email address they used to register at the college. A great way to notify students prior to the semester starting.
Karen Turpin
02:26:17
Or if you want to force the email out to the student's email address.
Shafin
02:27:03
Thank you :)
Beth Powell
02:28:49
Thanks guys! Informative as always.
Karen Turpin
02:29:07
You are welcome. Thank you everyone for joining us today.
Karen Turpin
02:29:25
Lots of great information shared today to try in your courses.
syndeewood
02:29:25
Jim, I just did a test. The pages now have a box that can be checked. “Add to student to do.” If you check the box, a date bar opens and then there is a due date. Super cool!
janetricci
02:29:43
Thank you guys, lots of important and helpful information
laurabermudez
02:29:44
Thank you s o much!
dawnbell
02:29:44
Thank you :)
Jim Julius
02:29:47
Yes! Thanks Syndee!~
margie
02:29:49
Thank you, great info!
Shafin
02:29:56
Yes, this was very helpful!
lillady
02:30:02
Thank you again!!! - Shimabukuro
Andy
02:30:17
Thanks
Karen Turpin
02:30:31
The Workshop Archives are here;https://tic.miracosta.edu/workshops-resources/workshop-archives/They will be updated with Fall 2018 soon.
AKae760
02:31:07
Thanks everyone!!! Great workshop