Our new eLearn system at Chemeketa for supporting teaching and learning!
Access to Canvas
Access you classes in Canvas at: eLearn.chemeketa.edu
Login using your Chemeketa Single Sign On username and password.
View Canvas Updates for current information regarding Canvas and continued access to Blackboard.
Training & Support
View the Canvas Training Schedule for dates and times for Instructor training offered via Zoom.
- Canvas Essentials: This zoom workshop is designed to introduce instructors to Canvas for teaching face-to-face / remote, online, and hybrid classes. Participants will also gain access to the online course to complete their training.
- Canvas Facilitation & Gradebook Training: This 90-minute session will focus on how to effectively facilitate your Canvas course. We’ll discuss ways to maintain regular and substantive interaction (RSI), grade and provide feedback to students, and use Canvas analytics. We’ll spend some time building out these features in your course shell at the end of the workshop.
Faculty Compensation for Training
While training is not required, we encourage all instructors to participate.
Full-time faculty are expected to complete Canvas training and course development within their contract and unused non-teaching days for winter and spring term.
Part-time faculty will be compensated for the completion of training activities in the Canvas for Instructors online course:
- PT faculty teaching classroom-based courses will be compensated (4 hours total) for completing the Canvas Essentials pathway.
- PT faculty teaching online and hybrid courses will be compensated (12 hours total) for completing both the Canvas Essentials and Canvas Mastery pathway.
Faculty completion of training will be tracked automatically. For questions about Part-time faculty compensation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the Center for Academic Innovation.
Canvas for Instructors – Online Course
This online course is designed to help all instructors learn Canvas. In the course you will find details about Canvas features including screenshots, videos and quick links to learn more. All instructors have been enrolled in this course.
There are three learning pathways in this course:
- Canvas Essentials – all instructors using Canvas should complete this pathway.
- Canvas Mastery – instructors using Canvas with Hybrid and Online courses should complete this pathway.
- Canvas Exemplary – this learning pathway is optional but encouraged for all instructors.
Access the Canvas for Instructors to get started.
Screenshot showing the Canvas Course for Instructors.
Blackboard Courses in Canvas
The college has completed migrating courses from Blackboard to Canvas. This includes (Summer and Fall 2019), and (Winter and Spring 2020) courses.
Summer 2020 courses are available upon request. Please contact Thomas Bishop in the Center for Academic Innovation for assistance.
NOTE: Instructor access to Blackboard will end after Dec 31, 2020.
Access to Blackboard ends after Dec 31, 2020
Course Prep Checklist
Instructors can utilize a checklist to help prepare their courses for teaching in Canvas.
Access the checklist along with video tutorials and support resources in the Canvas for Instructors online course.
Drop-In Office Hours Support
Need help with Canvas? Drop-in for support during online office hours.
Support is offered online using Zoom. View the information below to learn more about using Zoom.
- Join a Test Meeting to download the Zoom app and test your computer settings
- Login to your college Zoom Account to setup your profile
- View the Teaching with Zoom Tips & Best Practices to learn more
Contact the Tech Hub Faculty in the Center for Academic Innovation for help with remote teaching, instructional technology, media support and more.
Building 9, Room 106 – Salem Campus
Tech Hub Faculty team
The LMS migration is sponsored by the Technology Governance Committee and led by the Center for Academic Innovation. Any questions regarding the LMS migration can be directed to the Center for Academic Innovation.