Resources for online/remote testing

Resources for Students:

https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/career-resource-center/student-success-online-college/

https://goodcolleges.online/study-tips-for-success/

https://www.thoughtco.com/ways-to-be-a-successful-online-student-1098013

 

Resources for Faculty:

https://tech.msu.edu/service-catalog/teaching/online-proctoring/

https://remote.msu.edu/_assets/pdfs/Remote-Teaching-Assessment-Strategy.pdf

https://community.pepperdine.edu/seaver/center-teaching-excellence/keep-on-teaching/online-tests.htm

https://teaching.berkeley.edu/best-practices-remote-examinations 

Remote Assessment Quick Guide

An online workshop on Alternative Assessments and Feedback is being offered. This workshop, Assessment Options Beyond the Exam: High-impact Assessment Design, is for educators who are looking for resources and help with formative assessments and alternatives to traditional exams and quizzes such as projects, posters, and reflections. We will also focus on technological approaches for giving feedback at scale. The workshop runs 90 minutes and will take place on July 28, 29, and August 19 from 10:30-12:00 (Zoom, details provided after signing up).

An online workshop on Exam Design is being offered. This workshop is for educators who are looking for resources and help with academic integrity on summative quizzes and exams. We will focus on writing multiple-choice and short-answer questions, creating a climate of integrity in the course, the pros and cons of video proctoring, and creating exams specifically in D2L. Assessment design must balance some acceptable level of “risk” with attention to equity and decreasing student anxiety. The workshop runs 90 minutes and will take place on July 28, 29, and August 19 from 12:30-2:00 (Zoom, details provided after signing up).

Those interested can sign up for one or both of the workshops here: https://msu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_agei0zuFAOVEYLj