Proctorio is an automated remote proctoring service integrated into Palomar’s Canvas learning management system. This enables faculty to require quizzes within Canvas be taken in a limited and/or monitored environment.
Sounds great! How do I start proctoring my Canvas quizzes? Continue reading “A Brief Introduction to Proctorio”
If you are an instructor for a course, you can publish your course in the Course Home Page sidebar or from the Course Setup Checklist. Continue reading “How to Publish Your Course in Canvas”
Maybe the census date is imminent, maybe you just want to stay on top of student activity in your Canvas course site. For whatever reason, you’d really like to know when and what individual students are doing within your course. So what are your options?
The short answer? You have quite a few options. Continue reading “Canvas Student Activity Indicators”
Are you a new or continuing student at Palomar who hasn’t used the Canvas system with your courses yet? Here’s a few suggestions for how best to prepare your account to use Canvas, and what to expect when your instructors allow you into the Canvas courses. Continue reading “Student Tips for Using Canvas”
The enrollment period for Spring 2018 is going on right now, and some students may still be trying to figure out which classes to take. Be it a question of “what will move me towards my degree” or even just “what will fit my schedule” it can be tricky putting together a class schedule. The situation is made still worse by the fact that the printed schedule does not reflect class cancellation or when new classes open up.
Enter the “My Class Finder” tool. Continue reading “Finding Open Classes”