Missouri Online is pleased to announce the availability of two new multi-week module organizer templates for your Canvas courses.
Our latest templates include topics such as how to prepare for group projects, best practices for participating in discussion boards, and tips for succeeding in your online course.
The LX Canvas is used to create improved learning experiences by breaking each one down into categories, including the people involved, the resources available, and the process used to arrive at the intended learning outcome.
UX designers look at how users interact with a product or interface by first empathizing with them, then defining their needs, and finally brainstorming and testing solutions to meet those needs.
Missouri Online designers usually come across unique requests regarding existing course redesigns. Among them, occasionally we work on a course where the faculty members have already implemented extensive visual design into their course but seek help ensuring that it is accessible to all students. In such cases, as creative learning...
Portfolium is a high-powered, cloud-based solution that’s already part of Canvas. You and your students can take advantage of this tool as their access is kept indefinitely, even after graduation.
Online courses have had a moment during this pandemic. Even now, many learners who have found a stride online are rethinking their in-person commitments. They’re also asking fundamental questions, like: “What do I get from this inflexible course that demands I wake up before noon?”