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My First Use of the Canvas LMS for Human Anatomy

Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 in Anatomy, Teaching | 0 comments

My First Use of the Canvas LMS for Human Anatomy

Overview I just finished co-teaching three anatomy courses over an 11 week long summer term. Four weeks before the term began in June, it was decided our anatomy courses would use the newly adopted campus Learning Management System (LMS) called Canvas. We previous used Blackboard. Here are my experiences with this new system. Gradebook For our assessments we modified the points possible in the assignment settings and set the grade to be displayed in the grade book as a percentage. All we had to do when entering grades was to enter in the...

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Anatomy teaching comes to a close…

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in Teaching | 0 comments

Friday, Dec 9 marked the end of my involvement in anatomy for 2011. I had been in lecture and lab across four different anatomy courses since June 6. In these six months I have learned so much anatomy in addition to pointers on how teaching style differs between undergraduate and graduate anatomy education. I feel very comfortable in my ability to relate to the study habits and tools of the millennial generation of students I’ll be teaching next year. I learned that creating vector illustrations of the complex drawings my senior...

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