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You can freely download and use the images for any purpose. https://www.injurymap.com/free-human-anatomy-illustrations All they ask in return is that you include the attribution link on your page when you use one of their images. They ask this so that as many people as possible will be able to find our resources and help them increase […]
Sign up for Canvas Clinic and expand your technology skills for online learning. Canvas Clinic is a 12-part workshop series to guide Canvas users on the basic features in Canvas. Visit the Canvas Clinic page and click the link you for which you wish to sign up.
Instructor Training: LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use. Tuesday, June 30 at 2 pm […]
Canvas runs on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, or any other device* with a modern web browser. Browsers Supported desktop browsers include: Chrome 79 and 80 Firefox 72 and 73 (Extended Releases are not supported*) Edge 79 and 80 Respondus Lockdown Browser (supporting the latest system requirements) Safari 12 and 13 (Macintosh only) You should always use the most current version of your […]
How Bloom’s works with learning outcomes There are plenty of verb tables and lists to help identify which verbs align with each level in Bloom’s Taxonomy. You may notice that some of these verbs on the table are associated with multiple Bloom’s Taxonomy levels. These are actions that could apply to different activities. Keep in […]
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Qualtrics User Guide This page helps Qualtrics users learn how to create useful surveys through video tutorials, written tutorials, and quick job aid links as needed. Video Training Beginning to build – Create a survey from scratch using Qualtrics’ features. Add questions, edit questions, and format your survey’s look and feel. Video: Beginning to Build […]
By default, videos that are accessible in a previous semester are not accessible in the next semester, even if has the same Course ID and Course Number. For example, videos in MEDE.1234 in Fall 2018 won’t be accessible in MEDE.1234 in Fall 2019*. You can request videos from a previous Course to be made available […]
To copy course materials from one semester to the next, you’ll want to follow the appropriate steps to ensure that content is available for students and properly organized in accordance with the new semester. If you wish the CIL Canvas Help to assist you with your course copy, please fill out the following form.
Interprofessional Education and Practice Faculty Development: Certificates of Recognition and Distinction – Cohort III COHOT IV: Coming in Fall 2020, save the session dates: Fridays, Sept 11 & 25, Oct 9 & 23, Nov 13 and Dec 11. To be out on the waiting list for Fall 2020, please email firstname.lastname@example.org To earn the IPEP […]
Image from news.aamc.org article “Future or Fad” Interested in Simulation? Come One Come All! We invite everyone on campus who is interested in watching, learning about, or creating any kind of simulation learning activity to join us for a monthly interest group lunch. We will discuss what we’re doing and what we’d like to create. […]
The Anatomage is a virtual dissection software that visualizes the anatomy systems of human and animal cadavers in 3D. The rich virtual library contains female and male 3D gross anatomy, 3D regional anatomy, and 120 pathological examples. Additionally, the Anatomage contains radiology features such as medical CT, CBCT, and MRI scans. The software is capable […]
4th Annual Teaching Excellence Seminar Series Quality learning begins with quality teaching. This popular seminar series is designed to provide a variety of effective teaching practices and strategies for the adult classroom to enhance your teaching skills. Topics will range from active learning to teaching with technology. Coming in September, 2019. Sign up for […]
Back to Zoom homepage Zoom has provided some resources for educators and students alike to help leverage Zoom in virtual learning environments. Please follow the links below for some tips, tricks, and best practices for using Zoom to enhance learning. Tips & Tricks: Teachers Educating on Zoom The Tips & Tricks: Teachers Educating on Zoom […]
This page contains helpful faculty checklists that will assist you in preparing, developing as well as maintaining your Canvas course. Access this information from your Canvas course “Home” tab. Checklists & Requests Start of Semester Checklist for your Canvas Course Request a Canvas Course Content Copy Request Mediasite Video Transfer between Canvas courses End […]
Quality Matters (QM) is an international organization that is recognized as a leader in quality assurance for online education The impact of Quality Matters on certified courses is undeniable. Course review results in better course design, which makes navigation easier for students, reduces barriers to student achievement, and results in better outcomes. The Quality Matters […]
The Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) employs instructional designers with expertise in a wide range of instructional solutions, from the traditional to the cutting edge. We are committed to these core goals: Recommending sustainable teaching strategies and educational technology choices that are realistic, scalable, and support your learning objectives. Providing the practical experience necessary for […]
Are you teaching with Canvas for the first time? Do you need a Canvas feature refresher? Or, are you interested in exploring technology plugins within Canvas? Introduction to Teaching with Canvas Part 1 and Part 2 are self-paced, online, and facilitated courses that offer faculty and staff a breakdown of the available features and […]
Mediasite is UNTHSC’s new video hosting platform and desktop recording solution for UNTHSC. We are migrating away from our current Video Platform Panopto to Mediasite. Mediasite is one of the biggest players in automated classroom recording solutions, where you can create, publish, search and manage all of your videos. For most Faculty and Staff members, […]
Student Studio The Student Studio is available to UNTHSC students for course or degree related projects. Examples are recording a poster presentation, knowledge clips, short video messages, interviews, public service announcements or practice your camera presence. The Student Studio is located on the 4th floor of the UNTHSC Library. The walk-in studio space for students facilities: […]