Keep Teaching!

Resources for instructional continuity during Campus or Building Closures.

Includes Canvas, Zoom, and Kaltura.

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Canvas is SJU's Learning Management System! Information on support and getting started can be found here.

Kaltura is a video streaming service to which all students, faculty, and staff have access. Kaltura Personal Capture allows faculty to record videos on their own computer and post for students to watch on their own time (we refer to these as asynchronous meetings). Kaltura Lecture Capture allows faculty to do the same in an SJU classroom.

Zoom is SJU's Web Conferencing solution.

In this section, you'll find information about the hardware available in our classrooms.

Respondus, Turnitin, and best practices

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Pinned Article Academic Technology Support Schedule

Open support sessions are available to everyone within the SJU community. Check out our hours!

Pinned Article Canvas Rich Content Editor (RCE) Documentation

In canvas, the Rich Content Editor (RCE) is the area used for editing text. It typically includes a toolbar and formatting options grouped by common icons and interactions.

Pinned Article Zoom Non-Verbal Reactions Update

Attention!! There has been a change to Non-verbal Reactions and informal polling.

How to use the Attendance tool in Canvas

In Canvas, the Attendance (Roll Call) tool allows instructors to record their students' attendance and automatically adds a "Roll Call Attendance" column to the Gradebook.

If you do not see the attendance tool in your course it may have been hidden on the course menu. To add a hidden tool to your course navigation menu, see How do I manage Course Navigation links?

For details on enabling and using this tool, consult the Attendance (Roll Call) guides in the Canvas Guides.

Online Learning Guide and Resources

Online Learning Guide for Students provided by the Drexel Library

Pedagogy and Standards Recommendations

This document provides a set of guidelines and recommended best practices for permitting maximum flexibility across instructional modalities.