Category: Teaching online
“Exploring Advanced Features of Qualtrics” is scheduled 1:30–3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, online on Zoom. All students, faculty, and staff who use this research suite are welcome to attend.
The Qualtrics tool that powers K-State Survey is one of the most sophisticated online survey and research tools on the market. At K-State, it is used for research, teaching assessment, event registration, large-scale policy compliance trainings, late TEVAL evaluations, and more. There is also an integration from Qualtrics to NVivo for direct access to online survey data for qualitative and mixed methods analysis.
Several updates were made to Canvas during the summer months. Highlights from the summer are listed below. To see all the new features and fixed bugs in Canvas, view the Canvas Release Notes. Continue reading “Canvas: Updates from the summer”
New notification, assignment, publishing, and rubric features are now available in Canvas. The new features are available in all courses and do not require instructors to activate any settings. Continue reading “New features now available in Canvas”
As this wild spring semester draws to a close, now is an excellent time to evaluate the content you have uploaded to Mediasite and remove presentations you no longer intend to use. A new on-demand Mediasite webinar, Managing Content Storage, will guide you through the process of reviewing a content storage report, archiving presentations into an offline format, and deleting unneeded or archived Mediasite content. Continue reading “On-Demand Webinar: Managing Mediasite Content Storage”
Every month, updates and new features are released by Canvas. To minimize the impact of changes on our students and instructors during this unusual semester, the new features released in April will not be turned on in Canvas. New features are currently under consideration for the summer semester.