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Grading Econ Lowdown Assignments in Canvas LMS (3/3)

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#teachecon #dataliteracy #lms In Part 3 of this webinar recorded Aug. 24, 2020, host David Perkis walks through how Econ Lowdown integrates with Canvas. He shows: -How to grade short-answer questions when using Econ Lowdown reading Q&As. -How to link and review FRED® Interactives, which include the St. Louis Fed’s powerful macroeconomic data service. -How to include video Q&As, like those available in the Continuing Feducation series. -How to perform a test reset for your students in one of Econ Lowdown’s acclaimed courses. (Moderator Andria Matzenbacher helps field chat questions.) Econ Lowdown offers over 400 no-cost teaching resources for elementary, middle, high school and college. Find resources on personal finance, macroeconomics, microeconomics, social studies, history and

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#teachecon #dataliteracy #lms In Part 3 of this webinar recorded Aug. 24, 2020, host David Perkis walks through how Econ Lowdown integrates with Canvas. He shows: -How to grade short-answer questions when using Econ Lowdown reading Q&As. -How to link and review FRED® Interactives, which include the St. Louis Fed’s powerful macroeconomic data service. -How to include video Q&As, like those available in the Continuing Feducation series. -How to perform a test reset for your students in one of Econ Lowdown’s acclaimed courses. (Moderator Andria Matzenbacher helps field chat questions.) Econ Lowdown offers over 400 no-cost teaching resources for elementary, middle, high school and college. Find resources on personal finance, macroeconomics, microeconomics, social studies, history and more: https://www.econlowdown.org. **Educators: Contact [email protected]** to get Econ Lowdown connected to your school/institution’s Canvas by Instructure LMS. Grading Econ Lowdown Assignments in Canvas LMS (3/3)
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