It’s coming up to the end of the semester again. Here are some actions you should take by the week after grades are due:
Enter your Final Grades through MyCanisius. Click here for a brief video tutorial.
If you want students to see their Final Calculated Grade, click here to see a tutorial on how to do that.
Export your gradebook to archive the grades for your personal record. See thistutorial here to do that.
Archive your entire D2L course in the Brightspace format at the end of each term for your personal record. Click this link to see how to do that.
If you are teaching courses in the next semester, copy course content so you do not have to rush through it and have time to work on it in between semesters. Click here to see how. Text instructions are available here.
If you have not already, inform the Canisius Bookstore of any books or Cengage Unlimited products you intend to use. If you are not planning on using books or Cengage Unlimited products, let the bookstore know that as well. See their page here for more contact information.
You can click here to view the COLI Checklist page, which has further resources. View the video below for a quick overview of the End of Semester Checklist here.
The Canisius community ‘decked the halls’ with its favorite festive fashions on Friday. Donned in red and green – and a whole lot of tinsel – staff and administrators put their holiday spirit on display for a chance to win a department pizza party.
Their Christmas cheer was undeniable, making the decision to select just one department as the most holly-jolly a real challenge.
So, we’re picking two. Yes, two offices will receive pizza parties! They are: the Undergraduate Admissions team (pictured above) and the Controller’s Office (pictured below). Though the departments differ greatly in size, they both demonstrated that Christmas is not just a season … but a state of mind.
Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, spoke with The Buffalo News on Thursday, December 16, about the current state of the economy. She wants to say the area has turned a corner but is hesitant to do so, due to the new Omicron variant.
With the college shutdown upon us, The Dome will go on a brief hiatus for the Christmas and New Year holidays.
This Wednesday, December 22 will be the last issue of The Dome published in 2021 (so plan now if you want something to appear before year’s end). The Dome will return to its regular publication schedule on Wednesday, January 19.
As always, please be sure to have submissions in by 2:00 p.m. the day prior.
As the holiday season approaches, the College Communications team invites you to share your Christmas traditions with the Canisius community. Simply Email us a sentence or two about a ‘few of your favorite things.’ We’ll share your traditions in our December 22 edition of The Dome and spread that holiday spirit on the college’s social media channels, as well.
To be featured, Email your Christmas tradition along with a photo of yourself to Johnson Ly, college communications graduate assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.