Faculty Tip Sheet

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Table Of Contents

  1. Proctorio
  2. Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Wiley Plus
  3. New Gradebook
  4. Accessing Previous Submissions
  5. Customize Your Canvas Dashboard
  6. Turnitin Assignments
  7. Verify Student Technical Issues
  8. Enabling Third-Party Cookies on Web Browsers

 


Proctorio


Enable Secure Exam Proctor (Proctorio) in Navigation Settings


  1. Go to Settings

Image of the Settings course navigation link

         2. Click the Navigation tab on the Settings Page

         3. Drag or Click to Enable Secure Exam Proctor (Proctorio) and bring it to the top list of items

Image of Canvas course settings. The Navigation tab is selected.

        4. Click Save at the bottom of the page

Image of the Save button

 

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Install Chrome Extension


Proctorio also requires you to install a Chrome extension. It takes less than 30 seconds.

You will only need to do this once unless you use a different computer.

 

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Enable Proctorio Setting


Now that that's out of the way, let's get to the fun stuff.

Proctorio can be added to any quiz at any time. It can be a new quiz, an existing quiz, or even a course shell.

All it takes is a single click to secure your exam!

Image of the Proctorio setting to enable Proctorio

 

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Customize Your Proctorio Exam Settings


Once that's set up, we can get things customized to your exact liking.

Just head to the Proctorio Settings Tab and select the options that best fit your exam environment.

Image of the Proctorio setting tab

 

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Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Wiley Plus


Please make sure the instructions you are providing to the students, are accurate and updated.

If you need assistance in updating or creating any of the links to your 3rd party materials, email eLearning@fsw.edu.

 

 

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Canvas New Gradebook


The New Canvas Gradebook is enabled and active for all Canvas courses.

Link to the Official Canvas guide to the New Gradebook

 

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Accessing Previous Submissions


Students and Faculty can access all the assignment submissions made by them or to their courses. To access these previously submitted files, perform the following steps.

  1. Click on Account in the Global Navigation Menu
  2. Click on Files in the menu that slides open

Image with arrows pointing to Account and Files from the Global Navigation bar in Canvas

 

 

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Customize Your Canvas Dashboard


Your Canvas Dashboard may be filling up with a list of all the courses you have been teaching at FSW. If you would like to remove any of these previous courses from your Dashboard, you can take the following steps.

       1) Click on Courses in the Global Navigation Menu, then highlight and click on (2) All Courses in the menu that slides open.

Image showing Canvas global navigation bar highlighting Course then clicking All Courses in submenu

 

3) In the "All Courses" window, locate any course that you no longer wish to see listed on your Dashboard and click the filled in star icon to make it empty.

Image showing location of Icon to click to add or remove courses to the Canvas Dashboard

Once you have removed the filled in star icon to the left of every course you no longer want to appear on your Dashboard, click Dashboard to verify the changes.

 

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Turnitin Assignments


  • Navigate to the assignment that will be utilizing Turnitin.
  • Click Edit to edit the assignment settings.
  • Scroll down until you find and locate the Submission Type area. 
  • The following settings will apply to both online and face-to-face courses.
  • (1) Set the type in the drop-down box to Online. 
  • (2) Click the box to the left of Text Entry, so there is a checkmark in the box
  • (3) Click the box to the left of File Uploads, so there is a checkmark in the box

Menu options with "file uploads" and "enable turnitin submissions" checked to activate.

  • (1) In the Plagiarism Review setting, click the drop-down box and set it to Turnitin
  • (2) Set what content to compare your students' submissions against
  • (3) Click the settings you want to utilize for generating a Similarity Report
  • (4) Set when you would like to show students their originality report

Image showing steps to enable withing turnitin the plagiarism review option

Be sure to click "Save."

 

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Verify Student Technical Issues


The eLearning department at Florida SouthWestern State College is more than happy to assist you in verifying any claims your students may have when it comes to running into technical issues with Canvas.

You can email eLearning@fsw.edu requests, and we will look up any tickets submitted to Canvas HelpDesk or phone calls received to corroborate the student.

We will also provide you with any information related to the issue reported along with our findings and any resolutions supplied.

 

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Enabling Third-Party Cookies on Web Browsers


To configure your browser to allow third-party cookies, please follow the instructions for your chosen browser. 


Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Safari

 

 

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For thorough guides covering the above items, please go to https://www.fsw.edu/helpdesk and view the knowledgebase articles covering the feature.

 

 

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Article ID: 58053
Created
Tue 7/24/18 9:13 AM
Modified
Mon 6/15/20 12:59 PM