Learning Analytics: Instructor Perspectives on Course-Level Canvas Analytics
10-11am, Union South (TITU)
Are you wondering what data you can see about your students in Canvas? Do you know where to view course-level analytics in Canvas? Have you found Canvas Context Cards where you can view a snapshot of a student’s recent activity? Are you wondering how you can use analytics in Canvas?
Join us for a discussion with three instructors as they share ideas and perspectives about using Canvas Analytics to learn more about their students and their courses.
This includes the following:
- Amanda Margolis from the School of Pharmacy uses Canvas Analytics to assess grading consistency from a grading rubric across multiple evaluators to grade a significant writing assignment.
- Mark Millard from Engineering Professional Development teaches a fully online course and uses multiple views to evaluate student engagement and activities across the course.
- Catherine Arnott Smith from the iSchool teaches both face-to-face “flipped” and fully online courses, and uses Canvas Analytics to review student activity and engagement in both kinds of courses.
This is the third in a series of learning analytics events co-sponsored by the Educational Innovation (EI) Initiative and DoIT Academic Technology. To learn more about upcoming events this semester, join the learning analytics listserv by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions, please email email@example.com or call 265.0240.