Have you ever stumbled upon the HTML editor in the Canvas Rich Content Editor and wondered what it was? HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is used to make webpages. Using HTML in Canvas allows you to organize your content and customize the look of your course. Read on for some HTML ideas you can easily incorporate into your course!
Emerson ASL faculty have been using video to teach for years. In Fall 2019, I interviewed Wendy Whiting about her use of video in her teaching, and then interviewed one of her students, Adam Engel, on his experience taking her course. The two conversations have […]
In the fall of 2019, I interviewed Mike McGuirk who teaches in the Marketing Communication Department about his use of video in his assignment prompts. Mike asked his Social Media and VOC Analytics students to make two video presentations. Our conversation has been edited and condensed for […]
We Emersonians know that you don’t need to be a grizzled rogue with a lute to be a storyteller. Nor do you need to read or listen passively as stories are told. It is now possible for anyone—including students—to engage in creative, academic, and journalistic […]
Nice Public Service Announcement from the University of Cincinnati: You can always add automatic speech recognition captions to your Panopto videos and then edit the captions for accuracy. The same process works for YouTube videos as well.
You’ve probably heard that Panopto, Emerson’s video-hosting platform, underwent a major update this summer. Now you can simply embed Panopto videos in Canvas, and students will automatically be able to view them! Here’s more about what this change means for your teaching. What you don’t […]