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** Changes in Canvas! **

 

What's new since your Spring classes ended? Quite a bit...

Read the summary report here, then give us a call to discuss how these changes may affect your Fall courses.

 

Academic Technology

The Center for Academic Technology (CAT) was created in 2005 with funding from Title III. The Center is committed to supporting and empowering MCLA faculty to improve the quality of instruction in all courses through training, consultation and support. We are here to assist you with

• classroom material preparation
• instructional design and development
• support for Digication ePortfolio, and our new learning management system, Canvas
• materials and training in the use of common software (Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, pdf files, streaming and uploading video ...)

We run small group workshops and one-on-one consultations, as well as supplying FAQs and documents to help you use and understand MCLA's technology tools.

Have questions about Canvas, ePortfolios, or any of our other tools? Explore this page for links to helpful information, send us an email, or stop by!

Mary Kavanaugh

Acting Director, Academic Technology

209 Murdock Hall

Extension: 5506

Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10:00a-3:00p

 

Gerol Petruzella
Assistant Director, Academic Technology
20B Murdock Hall
Extension: 5570
Hours: M-F 9:00a - 4:00p



Quick Links

 

TechFest 2013

Materials


Request Course Area (Faculty Only)


 Plagiarism Resources


Online Learning: A Manifesto


Banner Self-Service

Microsoft Office
  Excel
| OneNote |
  PowerPoint
| Word

 

Canvas

PowerPoint
  pdf

Digication ePortfolio

TurningPoint
  video | pdf

First Class email
  video |pdf

Zotero 
User Guide



BannerBanner

Advisor Dashboard
Training Materials


Large Format Printer

Directions (N.B. the different costs for regular and URC requests).

Submit Request (Faculty Only)

Poster Templates Created in PowerPoint 2007:
  Vertical   |  Horizontal

 

 

 


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