Canvas is Seattle University's Learning Management System (LMS).
Third Faculty/Staff Canvas User Forum – Challenges and Opportunities
Come for the free lunch. Stay to learn from colleagues as they share innovations and best practices using Canvas in their courses.
At the third Canvas User Forum, faculty presenters will share how they addressed common questions in teaching and learning through innovative uses of the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS). What opportunities does the technology provide to improve teaching and learning? Have there been unexpected results in the application of technology – both challenging and remarkable?
Each faculty presenter will share their experience and introduce ongoing questions to the group for general discussion. Hands-on workshops will be held in the weeks following the forum to help interested faculty with “how-to” logistics of implementing use of particular tools.
Support is available to faculty for efficient and engaging use of Canvas. Please go to the Seattle University Canvas Help Center to sign up for a quick-start guided tutorial, in-person small group introductory workshops, rotating labs covering specific uses of Canvas, and individual consultations to address specific needs.
Online guides and videos for Canvas are continually updated for “just in time” answers and support. Please see the Seattle University Canvas Help Center for more information.
To log in, go to https://seattleu.instructure.com/ and enter your full Seattle University email address (email@example.com) and password.
Upon login, faculty will see a “Prep Space” course listed with other courses for which they have access. Faculty can use their own personal “Prep Space” managed account as a sandbox to experiment or to build course materials for future courses. More information can be found on the SU Canvas Help Center under Getting Started.