The size of an image can refer to more than one thing. Image file size refers to how big the image file is. Image dimensions refers to the height and width of an image, which is one aspect of an image that affects how much […]
Google Docs is so commonly used these days that the time before collaborative document editing can seem like a distant memory. But I remember when a group project entailed a series of increasingly passive-aggressive emails with attached documents titled things like the following: Real_Final_Draft.doc Real_Final_Draft_edit.doc […]
Organizing an event on campus can be complicated, but providing equitable access to it doesn’t have to be! Adding a few simple considerations to your to-do list will go a long way towards providing an inclusive space for all members of the Emerson Community. Take […]
We get this question a lot, and the answer is no. For AI detection, the depressing thing is that there are lots of people who are eager to make money selling promises of AI detection, but no real evidence that the detectors actually work, and […]
One of the most common questions we get each semester is about how to set up extra credit in Canvas. There are multiple ways to do so, but we’ll go over the two most common methods in this blog post.
For close to eight years, I’ve been part of this great team of instructional designers and technologists who preach Universal Design Principles at every turn. It is something that has always made sense to me, but when I was officially diagnosed with ADHD as an […]
Links (or hyperlinks) are such a ubiquitous, fundamental part of the internet that it’s easy not to give them a second thought. However, you can make your life easier by learning a few things about how links work in Canvas! First, it’s important to understand […]
We’ve all been there, and it usually happens at the worst possible time. You’re already running late, and the cell connection on your phone isn’t loading the map app. Or, you’ve been waiting for that new episode to come out on your favorite streaming platform, […]
The gradebook is one of the trickiest things to figure out in Canvas. But, once you understand how it works and all it can do, it can be a really powerful tool. Read on for the gradebook features and capabilities you should know about!
“Pokemon in the style of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s The Hunters in the Snow.” This was one of the most memorable AI images that one of my friends sent me. A few months earlier, my friend had discovered DALL-E, an artificial intelligence tool that creates […]