eLearning provides the Bellevue College campus Student Canvas Training. Send our students to the eLearning website for the next Student Canvas Instructor-Led Online Workshop, Student Canvas Live 60-minute Training, or the quarterly Student Canvas Peer to Peer Live Training days, and times. There are eLearning Myths & Facts, Student Guides for tools used within Canvas, and other Student Resources.
Student Canvas Training at Bellevue College is provided in three ways by the eLearning department.
Instructor-Led Online Workshops – Offered the start of the quarter.
Live 60-minute Training – Offered the first five days of the quarter at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Peer to Peer Live Training Offered all quarter long.
Please ask your students to visit our eLearning website for further information.
Student Canvas Instructor-Led Online Workshop
This is a free, non-credit workshop, held online, over four consecutive half-days, and is designed for students who are new to Online Learning at Bellevue College. Paced with daily assignments you can complete anytime during that day that will help you navigate Canvas. Advanced registration is required. Experienced online instructors facilitate these Workshops. Offered the week before the Qtr starts & the first week of the Qtr. Lasting 4 days.
Student Canvas Live 60-minute Training
This is a quick and easy way to learn navigation tips in an hour. This is designed for students who need a refresher, and want to start the quarter off with strategies for success in mind. Offered the first five days of the quarter at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Student Canvas Peer to Peer Live Training
This is a way to gain helpful tips, ask your questions as they come up. Offered all quarter long.
- How to set up your Account Profile, Notifications, Settings, and Files
- How to navigate your Canvas Dashboard and Courses
- How to submit an online Assignment, and more!
- Digital Resource Links for Cengage, Pearson MyLabs, McGraw-Hill Connect, Elsevier Evolve.
eLearning website: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/elearning
Student Canvas Training Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classroom Equipment Support
Equipment checkout for Faculty Commons, Multi-Cultural Services [MCS], Project IDEA, Project IBEST, Film Media Production [FMP], Digital Media Arts [DMA], and Communication Studies [CMST] is provided by the eLearning department and Bellevue College Library. Program equipment is checkout at the eLearning Multimedia Desk in front of D140.
The Tech Hub is located in the center of the Bellevue College Library.
Open during Library hours
Tech Rovers provide directions, answer patron questions, and assist with technical support.
- Logging onto Canvas and other BC websites
- Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel – how to use desktop software
- Where to find Library Resources
- Using the copiers and printers
- Finding Study Rooms
- Resolving basic problems
- Periodically walk the two Library floors to answer targeted student questions
The Tech Hub is provided in partnership with Information Service Technology [ITS], the eLearning department, and Bellevue College Library.
Last Updated July 26, 2021