Get students started with research by embedding our interactive tutorials in your course. You can assign tutorials as mandatory or optional assignments to incentivize student participation.
You can filter resource results by Type (course, module, assignment, etc.), Grade/Levels, and Shared With. Select Shared With: Temple University to view resources shared within the university.
In the Search box, enter “library” to find all resources with this keyword tag.
From the resource page, click Import/Download.
Enter your course’s name or select it from the list, and then select Import into Course.
Note: You can import into multiple courses at a time by selecting the checkbox for each course.
A notification of the successful import will display.
The resource will now appear in your course assignments, where you can edit and customize as you see fit (including setting the due date).
Note: To ensure you are using the latest version, import each resource directly to your course(s) from Canvas Commons each semester.
For additional information regarding Canvas Commons, refer to the Canvas guide.
The assignment includes access information and best practices for students.
By default, each tutorial assignment is:
Set to 10 points.
The grade is displayed as Complete/Incomplete.
There is no due date set.
Once imported to your course, feel free to update the assignment details to meet your needs.
Ensure that the content is published in order for students to access.
The assignment links directly to the Gradebook.
Students that have not completed the module will be indicated with a dash in the grade column.
Students that have completed the module will be indicated with a checkmark.
The student view in Assignments also indicates if the module has been completed.
Students that do not complete the module in one sitting should be prompted to resume their progress upon return: