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Welcome to the Center for Online Learning & Innovation (COLI) Wiki. Here you will find self-paced training resources, links to our social media presence, upcoming events and opportunities offered by COLI, and information on working with our staff. 

Our goal is to help faculty, students, and staff use internet resources to reach the potential of their better selves academically and professionally.  We support face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses, as well as extra-curricular opportunities. 

The COLI Wiki is a supplement to our public web page



See our Events Calendar for Upcoming Workshops, Meetups, and other Opportunities.



Popular Guides, Tutorials, and Related Resources

D2L

Google Apps

Data Gathering (Surveys, Forms, Quizzes, Exams)

Zoom

Teaching Online

Podcasting

Practical Tech Tips for Student Writing

Google Sites for Simple Website Construction

Student Video Assignments

Screencasting

Modifying and Teaching Courses in an Emergency (Continuity Planning)

All other COLI Guides, Tutorials, and Documentation


COLI works with Faculty, Students, and Staff specifically using web-based tools and resources for teaching, learning, and innovative projects. For documentation related to computer hardware, accounts, software licenses, email management, and other IT-related subjects, visit our friends in ITS.


Book an Appointment With Us

For specific academic technology questions, concerns, and possibilities not covered in our workshops, self-paced training, or other resources, you can make an appointment to meet with a COLI staff member.  Currently, all meetings are virtual due to COVID-19 Social Distancing Guidelines.

Listen to our Podcast!

The Pedagogy Primer Podcast covers the basics for teaching in higher education.  We try to have at least one new episode each month.  You can also find and subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.


Staff

Mark Gallimore, Ph.D., Instructional Designer, Director


Years at Canisius: 5

Lead on: Technology in Teaching & Learning

Academic Areas of Research: History of Technology, Digital Humanities