A 37-minute presentation from Florida Tech’s Jason Griggs, Jared Campbell and Eric Donath recorded at the July 2018 Canvas convention called InstructureCon 2018 in Keystone, Colorado, was the No. 2 session among the 130 recorded when they were posted in December on a Canvas blog.
Titled, “Sneaky Teaching: Getting Buy-In From Reluctant Canvas Users,” the presentation was described this way: “Every Canvas trainer will encounter reluctant faculty members and trainees who balk at even the most well-intentioned training and outreach efforts. This presentation will offer methods for getting buy-in upon the implementation of Canvas and overcoming the unwillingness of some faculty to utilize Canvas even after the initial roll out.”
It was No. 2 on a list organized by play rate (videos that were clicked and played) and engagement rate (percent of videos watched). InstructureCon is a national conference held annually in various locations that brings together thousands of Canvas Learning Management System users and administrators to share ideas.
Pictured: From left, Florida Tech’s Jason Griggs, Eric Donath and Jared Campbell at the InstructureCon conference.