Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

2018 Lightning Talks

Event Details
Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
CTL Rooms 120A & 120B;
Sterling Memorial Library
301 York Street, New Haven CT

The 2018 Canvas @ Yale Lightning Talks was held on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at the Center for Teaching and Learning in Sterling Memorial Library.  This event is an annual event providing the opportunity for educators and support staff to share with their peers and show how they use and support Canvas. 

The Canvas @ Yale Lightning Talks are comprised of ten-minute presentations given by faculty and staff using and supporting Canvas.  The full agenda for the 2018 Lightning Talks can be found in the “Downloads” area of this page.

Many thanks to those who presented, attended, and provided support - it was truly a wonderful event!

For more information about Canvas, access our help documentation, and get support (workshops and one-on-one consultations) please visit our Canvas @ Yale Support Page.


Canvas @ Yale Lightning Talks 2018 - Schedule
Session Title Presenter
Opening and Welcome Timberley Barber-Marini
Using Canvas for Quizzes and Tests Julia Titus
Canvas “Modules”: Teaching-Learning Modules as Architectural Blueprints Angela Lee-Smith
Know Your Enemy And Save Time! Sarab Al Ani
Using The Home Page As A One-Stop Shop Susan Wang
Using Canvas To Grade Students With 3000 Thousand Assignments Michael Koelle
Fostering Community Through Canvas Pat Devlin
Keeping it Together: Canvas and Homework Assignments Shiri Goren (PhD)
External Apps Available to Yale Community Jenn Lawlor & Kristi Sanchez
Closing Timberley Barber-Marini

Find out more about the 2017 Canvas @ Yale Lightning Talks