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Complex Infographic Description

Complex Infographic Description
California State University, Stanislaus
Glenn Pillsbury, an Instructional Designer at CSU Stanislaus provided this resource as an example of an alternate description of a complex infographic. The infographic describes the interconnected pathways that comprise the health care system in the United States. A simple alt text description would be insufficient and so a more detailed long description was created.

Discussions - Current World Events

Discussions - Current World Events
California State University, Stanislaus
Aprile Stacey, Instructor from CSU Stanislaus starts each class session (module) with sharing about relevant/current world events related to the topics they are learning about in class. She also invites students to orally share or post in the "Course Questions Forum" if they have something to share.

Essay Rubric

Essay Rubric
California State University, Stanislaus
Erin Hughes, an Instructor from Stanislaus provides a rubric to grade written essays and set clear grading standards/expectations for students. The point values can easily be added based on each writing assignment. The use of this rubric streamlines the grading process and allows for more comprehensive feedback on specific points addressed in the rubric.

Front Page Design Example

Front Page Design Example
California State University, Stanislaus
Wura Jacobs, an Instructor from CSU Stanislaus provides a visually interesting front page design that uses five header icons for easy access to course pages/content.

Rubric Sample for a Project

Rubric Sample for a Project
California State University, Stanislaus
Betsy Eudey, an instructor at CSU Stanislaus, developed this rubric using the Canvas rubric builder. This rubric is for a project which includes a reflection, uses a range of points. For the assignment, students had options for the way to produce their reflection (written document, video presentation, creative work), so the rubric intentionally doesn't include mention of a specific presentation type. The rubric provides detailed descriptions for each element being assessed, with elements aligned with the assignment and course learning outcomes.