Canvas has recently updated the process for posting an assignment’s grades to be viewed by students inside the Gradebook. Instructors can prevent students from seeing an assignment's grade until they are ready for that information to be released. In previous versions of the Canvas Gradebook, this process was enabled by using the mute/un-mute grades feature. The new method is called Manual/Automatic Grade Posting Policy.

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By Stacey Cofield, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Public Health

It seems as if we are always running out of time with courses: never enough time to prep, never enough time to grade, never enough time for learning. This is true for online, blended, hybrid, and face-to-face classes.

By Justin Moon

Producing videos for your online class can be a significant time investment.

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By Meegie Wheat and Xzandria Toombs

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw

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GoReact now supports multiple cameras in a single assignment.

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Kaltura has updated its interactive quiz feature and added the ability to add hotspots in videos.

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UAB eLearning is pleased to announce the expansion of the Respondus license to include Respondus Monitor.

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Instructors can now access Zoom Meeting Attendance Reports via the Zoom tab in Canvas.