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Thursday, June 17, 2021
10:00-10:45 am Pacific / 1:00-1:45 pm Eastern

Online via Zoom

DLINQ has created a custom Canvas template for Language Schools faculty to use to kick start their Canvas course design. The template includes many of the practices outlined in the Middlebury Online Course Design  Rubric. In this session, we’ll cover:

  1. How to add the template from Canvas Community to your Canvas course site
  2. Guided tour of LS template
  3. Demonstration of how to create modules, duplicate activities, add content to activities
  4. Honoring the Language Pledge in Canvas
    • Add clear explanation of realistic expectations in Syllabus
    • How to set your Canvas course to be in-language
    • Typing in-language in Canvas

Before You Come

Go get the most out of this workshop, we recommend creating a blank Canvas site for your course prior to the session. Follow these instructions for creating a Canvas site via Course Hub. If your course is not yet listed in Course Hub, it means that it has not yet been added to the system by the Registrar, and we recommend contacting your school Assistant Director for further information.

You may wish to watch this How to Install and Modify the Language Schools Canvas template video prior to the session, and bring any questions you have to the session.

Additional Resources

Preview the Language Schools Canvas template (must be logged in to Canvas with Middlebury credentials)

Middlebury Online Course Design Rubric

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