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Hypothesis Basics - Start Here

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Hypothesis, (https://web.hyothis.is), is a collaborative annotation tool that makes reading active, visible, and social.  With Hypothesis, students engage with their readings, instructors, ideas, and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways.  Hypothesis is integrated with Canvas and student…

Perusall Basics - Start Here

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Perusall, a collaborative annotation and reading tool, is integrated with Canvas. This page provides a roadmap to using Perusall. Note that the links to support documents and online guides will open in a new page. Some will link to the UO Teaching Support and Innovation website resources. Others…

iClicker Basics - Start Here

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The University of Oregon only supports iClicker Classic functionality. We do not support iClicker Cloud. Do not have students register for iClicker Cloud as it will not work for them at UO. Students must purchase a student iClicker remote from the UO Bookstore in order to participate in iClicker…

Browse Canvas How-To Topics

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Announcements & Email Communication Canvas users are able to communicate with their students using both the announcement tool and the email tool. Announcements can go out to students as an email notification as well as being placed on the home page of the course.  Assignments Assignments are…

Creating Hypothesis Assignments in Canvas

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Using Hypothesis within Canvas Assignments allows instructors to assign a reading, image, or video for collaborative annotation. The annotations in Hypothesis can be assigned to the whole class, or to smaller groups using a Canvas Group Set.  If using  a Canvas Group Set, the Group Set in Canvas…

Settings for Sharing Classroom Recordings

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This resource provides instructions to set differentiated access permissions for students to view videos of classroom lecture recordings. In order to share from your Canvas course, all videos should be uploaded (or moved) to your Panopto Recordings folder for the course and placed within a sub-…

Classroom Lecture Recording with Zoom

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Use Zoom to record classroom lectures. Connecting Zoom to the room audio and projection system will provide a quality recording, capturing your lecture and content projected on the classroom screen. Much like using Zoom to record remote classes, you will need to select the correct mic, and the…

Canvas Commons

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Canvas Commons is a learning object repository created by Instructure, the makers of Canvas. Commons will facilitate instructors sharing Canvas resources and importing resources created by others into their Canvas courses. 

Classroom Lecture Recording with Panopto Capture

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Use Panopto Capture to record classroom lectures. Panopto Capture will connect with the classroom mic and projector to provide a quality recording. The recording is then uploaded to your Canvas site within seconds of finishing the recording. Begin by connecting your laptop to the classroom…

Creating Perusall Assignments in Canvas

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Using the Perusall app within Assignments allows instructors to assign a reading for collaborative annotating to the whole class, make it a Canvas Group assignment, and also set due dates for the Assignment.  Once your assignment is created in Canvas, read the Perusall Basics - Start Here resource…