Lecture Rewind is a new assistive technology feature developed by CAEN that allows students enrolled in a course to view slide and whiteboard content on their personal devices during class. This feature offers a better view of the material being presented in the room and allows students to magnify content. It also allows students to Continue Reading »
Canvas offers students the ability to submit digital items for assignments, discussion board posts, and certain types of exam questions. Students must first view the assignment to see if digital items (and which types of files) can be uploaded. If digital items are acceptable, students can scan and upload documents as their assignment submission. Students Continue Reading »
CAEN and CRLT Engin have teamed up to bring you some workshops for the Winter 2023 semester. Please join representatives from CAEN, CRLT Engin, and other guests for the following workshops:
Gradescope is an exam and assignment tool that supports several grading features including integration into Canvas and the Gradescope app for instructors and students. The College of Engineering has licensed Gradescope for all faculty in the College to use for their courses.
Instructors may find these features useful:
- Upload scanned paper exams to allow
By default, the College automatically records all LEC sections for CoE courses. This means instructors can choose to deliver their lecture in the normal location and time, and they will have the option of sharing the recordings with students for on-demand viewing. If an instructor is teaching in the fall, and would like to have Continue Reading »
CAEN is developing a new assistive technology feature called Lecture Rewind that will be available for you to pilot in your course in Fall 2022.
Lecture Rewind allows students enrolled in your course to follow the slide/whiteboard content via a browser on their personal device. This can offer a better view of what is being Continue Reading »
The wireless presentation capability has been updated in the classrooms to now work using MWireless to connect. The previous system that required connecting to CAEN-Presenter is no longer available.
Instructors using an Apple device (laptop, iPad, iPhone) can connect directly to an Apple TV. No need for additional software or special wifi networks – just Continue Reading »
CAEN offers a number of training resources and workshops for instructors including walk in sessions for classroom technology and software assistance. Other groups in Engineering also offer training and information sessions available to faculty, including instructional support sessions hosted by CRLT-Engin and Nexus.
Whether you’re looking for a light introduction to a new technology Continue Reading »
Interested in using Camtasia for screen recordings and/or video editing? CAEN offers educational licensing for College of Engineering faculty and staff who support instruction. Learn more about Camtasia and/or how to request a license on our Screen Recording for Faculty page.
Looking for resources to help you begin or improve your course setup in Canvas? Don’t miss the Course Evaluation Checklist, and the Ten things Instructors should know when starting to use Canvas. See the full list of articles posted on the Canvas for Instructors Knowledge Base for more instructional resources.
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