Welcome to the SLS Educational Technology Hub (EdTech Hub)!
The EdTech Hub is a resource center for faculty, staff and students at Stanford Law School using academic technology for teaching and learning.
Some of the services that we provide are:
- Introduce and provide training on new educational technologies
- Research and recommend best practices for current and emerging technologies
- Research and recommend tools that complement your teaching style
- Help you troubleshoot issues and resolve problems
We are here to help you learn new tools and look forward to meet with you to discuss your instructional support needs.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
Canvas Overview for SLS Faculty and Staff (33 mins.)
Fall 2022 Canvas Essentials (August 22, 2022) (17:25 mins.)
Need help with Canvas?
Canvas is Stanford University’s Learning Management System. Canvas is an easy to use application, equipped with robust tools to allow instructors to easily communicate and engage with students in and out of the classroom. All law school LAW-designated courses have a course site in Canvas and are automatically published one month before the start of the quarter. For help and assistance, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are new to Canvas, or need a refresher, we recommend that you browse the FAQs below:
Need additional Help?
Need access to a LAW course site?
Please get instructor permission to join the course and submit a request.
Submit a request
To request access for non-law courses, you must contact the instructor or department.
Need help with Zoom?
Use Zoom to do live lectures for a synchronous experience and engage with your students in real-time, or use Zoom to pre-record your lectures. Here are some helpful links that will guide you on how best to use Zoom for online teaching:
- How do I present and record my class in Zoom?
- FAQs for Online Teaching with Zoom
- How to protect your Zoom meetings
- How to Keep Your Zoom Meetings Private
- Use Zoom to support your course
- Teach Anywhere – Stanford’s guide for teaching in a classroom for teaching anywhere.
- Common Fixes for Home Networking Issues
- Using Canvas For Online Teaching If You Can’t Meet With Students Face-to-Face
External Apps you can use with Canvas
Below is a list of the tools that have been approved for wide use in Canvas at Stanford:
Ed Discussion – Q&A-style discussion
Gradescope – Grading homework or exams
Harmonize – discussions
Hyposthes.is – Collaborative annotation tool
iClicker – Classroom polling
Panopto – Video capture and streaming, called Panopto Course Videos in Canvas
Quizlet – Flashcards and learning games
Redirect – Adding links to external web sites to course navigation bar
Pearson MyLab & Mastering – Learning activities
Poll Everywhere – Classroom polling
Slack – Instant group communication
WileyPlus – Textbook and learning activity resources
Zoom – Video and web conferencing tool
If you would like to use any of the tools listed above, please email email@example.com.
The Digital Reserves functions as an archive of exams, model answers and syllabi from pervious years. Access is limited to the law school community.
Stanford Syllabus is a central, online repository for Stanford class syllabi. To post your syllabus to the online repository, go to Canvas and add your syllabus to the Syllabus tool. Canvas will automatically publish it to the Stanford Syllabus repository. The Law Library also maintains a online repository of law school course syllabi.
Stanford Syllabus SLS Syllabus
Our Access Services Librarian, William Huggins, will process course reserve list requests before the quarter begins. We automatically place copies of all required texts for the class on the course reserve. Additional materials may be placed on reserve any time during the term. Any questions about course reserves can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright workflow for posting materials in Canvas.