Need to create asynchronous content for your course, or instruction that occurs outside of “in-person” class time, like quizzes, discussions, collaborations, videos, or narrated slide presentations? Explore these recommended tools.
You know the basics of bCourses, like Modules and Announcements. Now use the powerful tools in bCourses to create a wide variety of asynchronous activities for students to engage with on their own time, like quizzes, discussions, peer reviews, and collaborations.
Use quizzes to create valuable formative assessment opportunities for your students (after all, it’s about the journey, not the destination, right?).
What quiz types can I create in a course?
Creating a quiz
Reference, as needed: Canvas Instructor Guide Knowledge Base, Quizzes
Use peer review assignments or discussions to foster student collaboration and peer learning.
Using peer review assignments in a course
Creating a peer review assignment
Using peer review discussions in a course
Creating a peer review discussion
Using discussions with a clear prompt can foster student collaboration and peer learning. To start, add a student introductions discussion and encourage short video submissions.