Office 365 Provisioning and Automation: The Case of College of Marin

This technical presentation from the 2017 CISOA conference is a case study of how College of Marin addressed Office 365 implementation challenges using in-house tools. Using .NET, technicians sourced user identities from Ellucian/Banner (authoritative source) into Active Directory and then processed the data with PowerShell scripting onto the Office365 platform. From this integration, the institution gains quick O365 account provisioning, mitigates errors, and limits labor. From CCCApply to O365, a student account is provisioned in under one hour.

Starfish and Canvas – Tools to Support Collaboration for Student Success

Collective experience with online teaching perpetually reveals opportunities to improve collaboration and strengthen relationships to promote student success. One opportunity identified by the field is pairing of the Canvas learning management system with the Starfish early alert and student success suite. Working together, these tools help teachers, students, and support services connect and collaborate in sustainable and synergistic ways. Presented by the Education Planning Initiative (EPI) and Online Education Initiative (OEI) teams, you will learn about the toolsets, hear practical...

Canvas Resources for Faculty

Thinking about Canvas? @ONE and the Online Education Initiative (OEI) provide a wealth of resources to assist in your exploration of Canvas, an overview of the support available to you, and resources to facilitate your move. Why Canvas? Everything you ever wanted to know about Canvas – visit the Canvas Community Canvas FastTrack Video Series – a quick video guide for instructors to help with the alignment of Canvas tools with SAMR and increase engagement Canvas Interface Overview (Faculty) Canvas Instructor Getting Started Guide Canvas Overview (Students) Canvas Student Getting Started Guide

Resources for Colleges Considering Canvas Adoption

The Online Education Initiative (OEI) offers colleges the technology resources to support students in completing their educational goals. Leading the way is Instructure’s Canvas, the common course management system (CCMS) selected with overwhelming support following a nearly one-year evaluation and review process. The OEI website includes many resources to assist colleges as they consider adopting Canvas as their CMS. For more information, visit Canvas Resources