Faculty Resource Hub
This page will be used to provide resources for faculty who are teaching online this spring. We'll add new workshops weekly! Please bookmark this page and check back often.
Resources & Training Opportunities
Canvas Certification Training
We’ve updated our Canvas Certification Training process to reflect the need for providing remote training to faculty who are new to Canvas.
Certification training is divided into four parts:
- Module 1 - 1 hour, online/self-paced
- Module 2 - 2 hours, workshop/webinar
- Module 3 - 3 hours, online/self-paced
- Module 4 - 1 hour, workshop/webinar
Your Canvas account will be created when you sign up for a Module 2 workshop date and you will receive an email with instructions.
Upon completion of Module 3, you will be prompted to sign up for your Module 4 workshop/webinar.
Module 2 - If you are new to Canvas, this is where you start. After you sign up for Module 2, you will receive a first email within a few days giving you access to Canvas and our online Certification Training course. There you will read through Module 1 and complete the activities at the end of Module 1 on your own before attending the Module 2 workshop via Zoom.
You will receive a second email within a day or two of the Module 2 workshop you choose with the Zoom link.
- Wednesday, May 17 - 3:00pm-5:00pm
- Monday, June 26 - 4:00pm-6:00pm
Fast-Track Certification Training
If you are an experienced Canvas user, but new to Canvas at De Anza, you can sign up for Fast Track Training, which includes Module 1 of our traditional certification training (1 hour online/self-paced) and a 1-hour workshop via Zoom that covers Course Activation at De Anza.
- Wednesday, May 31 - 3:00pm-4:00pm
- Wednesday, June 28 - 4:00pm-5:00pm
Beyond the Basics Canvas Workshops
Beyond the Basics
Expand your knowledge of Canvas and online teaching with these stand-alone workshops that go beyond the basics.
Using Video Online
Accessibility in Canvas
Canvas Quick Tips
Please visit our Zoom Resources Page for up-to-date information about using Zoom and Zoom Training.
ZOOM Quick Instruction Videos
Zoom - Student Perspective
Online Office Hours/Scheduling Zoom Appointments
All Open Labs can be found in Canvas, in the Canvas Certification Training Calendar
If you don't see Open Labs on the calendar, be sure to select the Canvas Certification Training feed on the right.
- Boosting student engagement with your course videos (whether with videos you create or videos you share from sites like YouTube) by embedding comments or quiz questions that prompt student responses?
- A way to guarantee students watch your entire video?
- A simple way of recording your lecture videos?
- A simple way students can record and share their presentations?
- Knowing how long students watch a video and when they stop viewing it?
- Email Javy Galindo
Recordings of Previous Webinars (Alphabetized)
- Assignments & Grading in Canvas
- Canvas Commons
- Discussions in Canvas
- Flipgrid (Webinar by Jen Myhre)
- Listening & Speaking Activities in Canvas
- Making the Jump to Online
- Modules and Course Organization (4/6/20)
- Online Office Hours
- Quizzes in Canvas
- Rubrics in Canvas
- Video Resources in Canvas
- Zoom Basics
- Zoom Whiteboard Lectures
Guides, Resources and External Training
- Beyond the Basics Canvas Course - Resources for some more advanced features of Canvas. Email email@example.com to gain access to this course.
- Have You Explored Our FAQs? In the Canvas Certification Training Course available on your Canvas Dashboard, click on Modules. The first Module is a Toolkit that has valuable links and instructions to some commonly asked Canvas questions, including a Faculty FAQ page.
- Regular & Effective Student Contact - Quick Start Guide
- Sample Discussion Expectations for Students
- Zoom Information
- NEW! Canvas Accessibility Best Practices (1 hour video from the CCC Accessibility Center)
- CVC-OEI Emergency Preparedness Information (Webinars and Resources)
- Canvas Instructor Guides
- Building Quiz Question Banks in Canvas
- Video Recording At Home
- Guidance for Recording Synchronous Classes in Zoom (shared with permission from College of the Canyons)
Tips on Zoom Security
These articles explain some easy steps to make your Zoom sessions more secure.
- How to Prevent “Zoom-Bombing” in a Few Easy Steps (New York Times)
- Settings for Preventing "Zoom-Bombing” (UC Berkeley Information Security Office)
J1 Admin/Peer and J2W Student Evaluations
Get information about requesting J1 administrative/peer or J2W student evaluations on our Online Course Evaluations page.