How to request a training guide or one-time consultation for online, hybrid, or face-to-face courses
Email email@example.com to schedule a consultation or make a request.
In addition to online course development, ELS provides ongoing support for instructors and students in online courses. We also continually seek ways to improve support for academic technologies that are used to help meet learning goals and improve student and instructor experience. Finding time to research or experiment with technology is a challenge. Whether you are looking for a quick fix or want to plan something larger, we are here to help.
SPH Canvas Template
All SPH courses can integrate the SPH Canvas Template, which is grounded in best practices for course design, and has been tested at the University’s usability lab and refined during the Canvas pilot.
Templates are available via Canvas Commons. For detailed instructions, enroll yourself in the SPH Canvas Orientation and Training and go to the Course Set-Up module to review using the template. Templates are available for online, face-to-face, and continuing education courses.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Have a Canvas issue?
Flipped, hybrid, blended courses and technology integration
E-Reserves/Digital course packs
The U of M Libraries works with ELS to provide digital course materials (journal articles, scanned textbook chapters, etc.) for all online courses. Faculty teaching face-to-face and hybrid courses who are interested in decreasing textbook and course packet costs should contact email@example.com.
Learning asset management
Your course may include multimedia presentations, videos, or other files. ELS uses specific services to host these materials and their source files, and will make sure your course materials are appropriately managed. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canvas’s gradebook can be complex. If you would like advice on setting up your gradebook, we can help. Talk to your instructional designer or email email@example.com.