With an unexpected opportunity to teach SFU CMPT 363 User Interface Design this summer, I’ve been feverishly working in the open on the accompanying Canvas LMS site (leveraging my Grav Open Course Hub project) so that potential students can better self-assess course fit before our first class meets in-person on May 9th. It’s also already proven to be a great way to start conversations with those students already registered.
The summer offering brings some changes, with the addition of a journey mapping individual assignment and using a single open source application for both individual and group assignments.
Here is the list of apps I am using to reach my pedagogical and student/facilitator experience goals this term (with lots of open source goodness):
GitLab (hosted at sfu.ca)
Canvas LMS (well, no surprises there)
You can check out the in-progress Canvas site for the course at https://canvas.sfu.ca/courses/38847.
Figure 1. CMPT-363 Summer 2018 Canvas Site, with Embedded Grav Open Course Hub Pages
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