Digital Learning & Teaching Innovation
Digital Learning brings together CLU faculty and staff involved in online learning initiatives. We provide faculty opportunities to discover the future of digital teaching and learning that is unfolding at CLU. We collaborate with faculty in innovative approaches to the digital learning ecosystem, cutting edge research and the implementation of diversity, equity, and inclusion in curriculum.
We lead by using Quality Matters standards, evidence-based and theoretical-based research in digital learning trends, innovations, and effective practices in the fields of instructional design, course development, and pedagogies.
Discuss strategies and tools to improve student learning.
Learn more about recording and posting lectures.
Basic, intermediate, and advanced topics for Canvas.
Register for Canvas Training Go to canvas Training and resources
To learn Canvas at your own leisure and pace, Digital Learning has put together a comprehensive step-by-step guide that includes a list of videos, documents, and training materials to help you get started and acclimated with Canvas tools. The training content will enable you to learn the basics of building your course, announcements, assignments, gradebook, attendance, and other great Canvas tools.
Digital Learning will be offering facilitator-led on-ground and online synchronous training sessions on how to use Canvas starting March 22, 2023. Please use the link above to access the training session dates as well as to register.
Instructor Walk-In Support Hours
To assist faculty with the transition to Canvas, the Digital Learning team is offering
walk-in support hours for Canvas questions that require
approximately 15 minutes of one-on-one support. Alternatively, instructors can schedule a 30-60 minute support consultation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
April Drop-In Support Hours
Mon/Wed: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thur: 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM
Locations: SBET 114 and SBET 233