Math Master Courses
All Math master courses are completed in Canvas with the exception of MATH1008, MATH1026, MATH2073 and MATH2076. We hope having these master courses will help you get started with teaching your courses remotely in Canvas.
Karen Vellekamp (email@example.com) has developed her MATH1008 course in Canvas and graciously offered to provide her course as a template to be used with Pearson‘s MyMathLab.
If you want to have access to the master courses that you are assigned to teach, please contact Grace Gu (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let her know the course number. If you want access to a copy of Karen Vellekamp’s Math 1008 course, please also contact Grace Gu. For any specific question about using Karen’s MATH1008 course, please reach out to Karen Vellekamp.
Once you have access to the master course, before you do anything in the master courses, please read the following steps:
- Please do not modify anything in the master course.
- You can review all the content in the master course to see if you want to import it into your course shells
- If you want to import the master course into one of your course shells, please go to one of your course shells (not the master course) and click settings in the left side navigation bar.
- Here is an article that contains detailed steps of copying course content from one to another: How do I copy content from another Canvas course. You can follow these steps to import the master course.
We will have more updates soon.