e-Learning Instructor Handbook
The e-Learning Instructor Handbook introduces LC State Faculty to their roles and responsibilities when using Canvas at LC State. The e-Learning Instructor Handbook includes:
- What happens at e-Learning Services
- e-Learning Services Staff
- Getting Started in Canvas
- Canvas Resources for Faculty
- Available Technologies
- Accessibility in Online Courses
- Course Content
- Instructional Design Support
- e-Learning Policies and Procedures
e-Learning Services Support
LC State utilizes the Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas. The Canvas Resources page includes:
- Accessing Canvas
- 24/7 Canvas Support
- Canvas App
- Google Drive and Canvas
- Canvas Training
*Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this room is not available during the Spring 2021 semester.
The eLS Work Room is a room in the e-Learning Services office suite (SGC 214) with a computer for faculty and staff use. The computer has Camtasia Studio and Snagit, along with a microphone for lecture capture. A webcam can be provided upon request. The computer also has Respondus 4.0 for uploading exams to Blackboard.
You must schedule with your instructional designer to use the Work Room.
e-Learning Services employs two Instructional Designers to provide instructors and staff with course design support and best practices for course content creation. The Instructional Designers provide support and consultation only; they do not build courses or create course content.
There is technology and campus resources that help facilitate the online learning experience which include:
- TechSmith (Snagit and Camtasia)
- Respondus 4.0
- Respondus LockDown Browser
- Respondus Monitor
- Google Drive
- Microsoft Office Suite
- LC State Library
- LC State Accessibility Services
- LC State Testing Center
More information on these tools and resources is found on the Tools and Resources page.