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Most Wanted: Top Tech Tips for Canvas, Google, and Apple
**This webinar is part of our OLC Innovate 2022 Best-in-Track summer webinar series!**

With so much technology available to educators, it can be difficult to determine which to use. In this session, attendees will explore some of the most wanted technology tips from across the Google, Canvas, and Apple (iOS and macOS) platforms. These tips can help maximize your daily productivity and create more effective and efficient teaching and working routines.

Key Takeaways:
As a result of attending this session, participants will be able to:
Use Google tips like Google Keep and explore features of Gmail and Google Calendar
Locate and utilize Canvas tips such as bulk edit assignment dates in Canvas Calendar
Sync Canvas and Google Calendars for scheduling management
Identify Apple Ecosystem tips, including how to use Airdrop to transfer files easily from one device to another and how to copy/paste between devices using Universal Clipboard

Intended audience:
Anyone wanting to level up their Canvas, Google, and Apple skills!

Aug 16, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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The Online Learning Consortium strives to make its virtual events accessible for all registrants. Live closed captioning and transcription will be made available for this event. If you require additional accommodations, please contact us as soon as possible at webinar@onlinelearning-c.org to discuss your needs. 

Please note that while we will make every effort to fulfill a last minute request, we cannot guarantee accommodations for a webinar if the request is submitted within one week of the scheduled event.

Speakers

Robyn Brown
E-Campus Coordinator of Faculty Engagement @Miami University
Since 2015, Robyn Brown has led the faculty engagement and E-Campus Collaborative for Online Education (ECCOE) initiatives through her role with Regionals E-Campus at Miami University (Oxford). Although she has spent her entire career as an educator, she has not always worked in higher education. Robyn developed her skills and talents in education and leadership through an unconventional career trajectory: in Air Force officer training, K-12 classrooms, zoos and aquariums, contract work for the state, and traveling to far off places worldwide. Despite where life takes her, Robyn is driven by a deeply rooted sense of purpose: committed to helping others, spreading kindness, and doing her part to make the world a better place. Robyn is a powerful force, using her life experience, positive attitude, and tireless energy to encourage others to advance online learning at Miami and beyond.