Project Evolve update: February 2020
Roadshow - February
The first Project Evolve Roadshow of 2020 will take place on Thursday 20 February, 10.00am-12.00pm. The roadshow will commence with a brief plenary session, after which attendees will have the opportunity to 'drop-in' to various rooms to get help with their migration, learn more about best-practice learning design in Canvas, and attend an express Canvas workshop (pre-registration for this session required). Register your attendance at the Roadshow at: go.unimelb.edu.au/6wcr
During O - week, Project Evolve will be participating in Academic Skills information sessions and facilitating drop-in sessions to further help students prepare for the Canvas LMS. The program of sessions will be available on the LMS support for students page soon!
Access to Blackboard subjects
In preparation for the Semester 1 teaching period from the Canvas LMS, staff and student access to the Blackboard LMS will be turned off for future subjects on Friday 21 February. Please submit a Service Now query if you have any questions.
Project Evolve is facilitating a series of 'drop-in' sessions in February and March to further support core staff who are teaching subjects in Canvas in 2020. These drop-in sessions will allow staff who have attended Canvas professional development and migration consultations to seek further assistance with general organisation and presentation of subjects, including assessments. The session will be held in G16, Elisabeth Murdoch Building on the following dates:
Monday 17 February, 9:30am-12.30pm
Monday 24 February, 9:30am-12.30pm
Tuesday 3 March, 9:30am-12.30pm
Tuesday 10 March, 9:30am-12.30pm
Opportunities still available to book for a migration consultation: https://staff.unimelb.edu.au/governance/projects/current-projects/information-technology/project-evolve/canvas-migration-consultations
Migration for subjects in the second half of 2020 (Transition Window 3)
For those teaching a subject that falls in the second half of the year, Transition Window 3, information is available on the Project Evolve website, and further subject migration details will be provided from February.