Technology is a critical component of the College’s public health and social distancing plans, and we have made considerable investments in our infrastructure to support a learning experience in Fall 2020.
All Business classrooms are equipped with cameras and microphones to allow online students a similar experience to the classroom, and instructional designers have worked with faculty to maximize the online learning experience. While faculty may implement platforms that best suit their courses’ needs, the College of Business relies heavily on two platforms.
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The University's access point for all online coursework
Used across CSU, Canvas is the University’s primary learning management system. It serves as a centralized hub for each of your courses and provides additional details about technology chosen to support the course.
To standardize the Canvas experience, the College of Business worked with instructional designers to develop a standardized structure for our courses in Canvas. By providing a similar experience in every class, students can focus on coursework and learning, minimizing barriers for online learning, including:
- On your device: Connect to coursework on a desktop or a through Canvas Mobile
- Assessments: Complete tests and quizzes online.
- Coursework: Submit papers, projects and other assignments securely.
- Additional course materials: Download and view lecture notes, presentations and more.
Depending upon a course’s needs, faculty may also incorporate other platforms into the online learning experience, including Zoom, Google apps and others. Faculty select additional and alternative learning platforms to best enhance course content and class structures.