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This article provides student resources on using Respondus LockDown Browser and common frequently asked questions.
Canvas is the learning management system used at SVSU. Canvas allows instructors to organize their courses and course content so students can find the materials they need quickly and easily. Canvas includes tools for announcements, assignments, quizzes, grades, discussion and more.
Student/Attendee Guide to Joining a MS Teams Meeting that Originated in Canvas
Record lectures or supplemental material online with Browser Capture no software to install and it works on any computer (includes Chromebooks and Netbooks) with a supported browser and requires an internet connection. Record content in multiple ways and can choose from several virtual backgrounds when recording with your webcam.
Student guide for various online tools they have access to where they can learn Canvas, Echo360, join a meeting in Teams, create graphics, presentations, short videos and more.
The article contains a vast range of software and resources for faculty, staff, and students to teach and collaborate online.
A unauthorized error displays in Canvas or other locations where a public link was previously used. Media stored in EchoVideo must be shared with students by embedding media in Canvas content type (e.g., Page, Discussion, Assignment, etc.) or publishing to an EchoVideo course(s).
If you use Modules to structure your course material and use EchoVideo to share your class lectures, use the easy embed button. This publishing method allows students to watch your videos directly inside the content type (e.g., Assignment, Discussion, Page, etc.). The embedded video player meets accessibility needs with screen readers and closed captions.
Learn the differences of the video players in EchoVideo when publishing to a section vs. embedding media in Canvas. * Coming in 2024 is a new video player with a consistent look across the platform, stay tuned.
Review how-to enable Zoom meetings in your Canvas course navigation.
Overview of supported tools for teaching and a comparison table of synchronous and asynchronous software this includes Microsoft 365 apps (OneDrive, Bookings, Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) Canvas, Respondus LockDown Browser, EchoVideo, Teams, Adobe, and more.
Learn the basics of getting started with Lecture Capture. Faculty will obtain their user account after attending the "Introduction" workshop. EchoVideo is cloud based (accessed in your browser) it supports the creation of lecture videos and promotes active learning. EchoVideo integrates with Canvas, Teams, OneDrive, and Zoom.