CFAES CarmenCanvas & Zoom Trainings


CFAES CarmenCanvas & Zoom Trainings

As previously noted, Ohio State ATI Academic Affairs and our partners in OCIO worked together to provide additional guidance as we temporarily move from face-to-face to teaching virtually.  Recorded sessions as promised are linked below:

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Carmen Basics


Additional Information:

March 13th, 2020

Over the past several days, it has been remarkable to see the response of the University community in mobilizing our shared resources to transition to remote learning. The Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) continues our work to provide all of you with the materials and support needed to undertake this effort. This past week, we advanced the necessary work to expand and scale our support structure, including offering training to staff and affiliates on support processes and enterprise supported learning tools. On Tuesday, we offered a workshop focused on Keep Teaching OSU, along with an overview of the tools most aligned with the transition to online/remote delivery. If you happened to miss this workshop, we are happy to let you know that we recorded it and a link appears below.


March 16th, 2020

Thank you to everyone attending our Friday training sessions for the Carmen Key Three. Those sessions were focused on the steps needed to accomplish the Carmen Key Three in the Canvas learning management system. The sessions also addressed how to complete some foundational tasks with our web conferencing platform – Zoom. We know that this past week has been very busy for all of our partners across the University. We want to make these training opportunities as accessible as possible. In order to give you some flexibility, we are providing a recording of this material. You may access the recording by clicking on the following link:

Carmen Key Three:

With courses transitioning to remote delivery for the remainder of spring semester, we will continue to provide resources and training on available technology to assist faculty, staff and students in the academic mission of the institution. As always, if you have any questions or need additional assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Office of Distance Education and eLearning.