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D2L Quick Tip! Save Your Sent Emails


A majority of professors use D2L to email their students. There are some additional features in D2L that are easily activated that will ensure your emails sent from D2L are saved either within the site or in you Canisius email. Watch this quick video tutorial for details.

Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, Center for Online Learning & Innovation

Beginning Monday: Online Faculty Development Course


Beginning Monday, September 17, the Center for Online Learning & Innovation will offer an online faculty development course to help prepare faculty to teach online and hybrid courses.  Discover new methods, tools and techniques for building course content and teaching online.

This course will run from Monday, September 17 through Saturday, October 20.  The class is entirely online, so you learn to teach online while getting the online student experience.

This course is available to all Canisius College faculty. Whether you plan to teach an online course in the future, aren’t yet sure you’ll teach online or would just like to know more about online courses and coursework, this is an excellent opportunity.

Please enroll by contacting And see the COLI Calendar for times and locations of other faculty development opportunities and events.

Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, Center for Online Learning & Innovation

Polish Legacy Project Features Presentation of “Uprising”

The Permanent Chair of Polish Culture and the Polish Art Club of Buffalo, with assistance from the Polish Legacy Project, will present “Uprising” on Saturday, October 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the college’s Marie Maday Theatre. “Uprising” is an original play by Grace Alberti, Lale Davidson and Catie LeCours about the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, presented by the Ad Astra Theatre Troupe Ltd. The Troupe is organized, staffed and directed by high school students who wrote the play in response to a presentation on the women of the Warsaw Uprising by Alina Nowobliska. After some 5,000 hours of research and creative interplay, and with a review and support from Sophie Hodorowicz Knab, author of Wearing the Letter “P” Polish Women as Forced Laborers in Nazi Germany, this play was first performed in Saratoga Springs, NY. We are fortunate to have this troupe of talented and historically-minded young people join us for this performance which is presented in memory of Stanley Blake, a Polish and American Veteran.

Submitted by: College Communications