Using Canvas for Automated Data Collection
Frederick’s Friday SLO Talk Summary:
This session will provide a step-by-step process of creating outcomes in Canvas that are aligned with assessment tasks through the scoring devices used in courses. A foundational understanding of the Canvas architecture and how it connects with assessment tasks to automate data collection will be shared.

Elevating Education with AI in Canvas: Practical Strategies
Zola’s Friday SLO Talk Summary:
In this presentation, we’ll explore fun ways to harness the power of ChatGPT to help you create learning material faster than ever. We’ll discover how to create quizzes, design effective rubrics, and leverage AI for personalized recommendations. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting your AI journey, this session will equip you with practical strategies and real-world examples to help you build out and improve your Canvas courses into dynamic and inclusive learning environments.

Friday SLO Talk Canvas and AI Padlet

ELEVATING EDUCATION WITH A.I. IN CANVAS: Practical Strategies – PowerPoint

Chat GPT Prompting for educators to use within Canvas

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  1. If you are looking for automated Outcomes Assessment data, it can be collected in Canvas. Your course Outcomes with met/not met benchmarks would need to be in the Course Shell. The next step is to develop an assignment rubric with the course outcomes on the rubric. The Rubric would the nbe attached to Assignments. As you grade assignments, you would then select the appropriate score on the rubric for each student.

    To see the results, in the gradebook select the “Learning Mastery Gradebook.” You can view the results or export the report. There are some good tutorials on Canvas and online.

    Some Outcomes Platforms such as Nuventive and I believe eLumen can export that data from Canvas directly into their systems for reporting. (This step is more complex and depending on how your campus distributes data could be challenging for privacy reasons).

    I’m happy to discuss further

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