As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, there has been a massive increase in Learning Management Systems (LMS) usage as part of the COVID-based transition to virtual instruction. Given the increased student volumes and resource demands, having a plan in place to ensure continuity of teaching and learning should your LMS become unresponsive, or slow enough to be unusable, is essential.
Being prepared to scale your connectivity to your students is a multi-faceted endeavor - from including assurance that assignments and assessments can be submitted on-line and on-time, to providing your instructors and academic staff with alternate channels to reach their learners with important and timely information.
Join this webinar to hear steps your institution can take to ensure operational continuity by using ConnectYard's Building Block for Blackboard, App for Canvas or Module for Moodle.
During this session we will provide suggested practices for ensuring content is online and accessible for your learners during times of crisis. Discussion topics include:
-Ensuring Assignments and Assessments are Always Available
-Pushing Grade/Other Notifications Off-Server to Reduce Logins
-Enabling Instructors to Post and Reply to Your LMS from Email
-Allowing Instructors to Confirm Who has Viewed their Posts
-Q&A with ConnectYard team
Who is this webinar for?
This webinar is open for anyone involved in administering or delivering teaching and learning; especially system administrators, eLearning technologists, IT managers, Heads of Teaching and Learning, faculty and academic staff. Please feel free to share with your colleagues.
All webinar registrants receive a FREE 60-DAY TRIAL of ConnectYard's Building Block for Blackboard, App for Canvas or Module for Moodle.
Please fill out the following information to register for the webinar.