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Gradescope for New Users (for the Ed Tech Spotlight Series)

Recorded Monday, November 14, 2022 Find information about the other workshops in the Ed Tech Spotlight Series. This one-hour overview workshop focused on using Gradescope in classes with handwritten…

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SITT 2022: Faculty Forum

Join us for the debrief of SITT 2022, including a discussion of the themes participants heard and their ideas to implement SITT topics in their teaching.

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SITT 2022: Using Gradescope to bring some of the features of online tests into in-person exams by Victoria Cross

Many of our students prefer the allure of remote exams - the promise of open-book, open-notes, open-google. However, much of the material our students need to master requires serious study and…

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A Conversation about Two-Stage Assessments with Miriam Markum: A SITT 2022 Interview with Dr. Andy Jones

Two-stage exams are a tool to measure individual student mastery while also providing a highly-engaging, collaborative learning opportunity. During a two-stage exam, students first take an individual…

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DOLCE - January 7, 2022

We had a great lineup of speakers for Academic Technology Services' first DOLCE of 2022. First, Whitney Duim (Chemistry) shared her experience using Gradescope, a powerful grading tool that…

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Introduction to the January 7, 2022 DOLCE by Dr. Andy Jones

A recap of the January 7, 2022 DOLCE by Dr. Andy Jones of ATS.

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SITT 2021 - Designing Collaborative Exams That Pass the Test

Miriam Martin Two-stage exams allow instructors to both assess individual conceptual mastery and promote learning through intensive peer discussion. During a two-stage remote exam, students first…

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SITT 2021 -- Debbie Fetter

Dr. Fetter shares strategies for assessing students in very large enrollment nutrition classes while maintaining academic integrity (including tips for teaching online, hybrid, and face-to-face…

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DOLCE-June 4, 2021- Open Exams, Alternative Assessments

In this event Dr. Fetter discussed how her approach to open-book exams allows students expanded permitted activities during timed exams. By focusing on her students’ understanding of class…

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mat133-2021-03-29-introduction

Introduction to the course. mat133-2021s-notes-2021-03-29.pdf Videos and all other materials are copyright 2021 Matthias Köppe and shared as Open Educational Resources subject to the Creative…

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Syllabus and Introduction

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CEE Faculty Workshop - A cheatsheet to address Chegg: Dealing with it while promoting academic integrity

Cheating continues to challenge faculty and TAs in the transition to remote teaching. One increasingly common form of cheating is the mis-use of web-based “tutoring” and “homework…

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2020-09-30: Introduction (MAT 168 Optimization)

Introduction to the class. notes-2020-09-30.pdf Videos and all other materials are copyright 2020 Matthias Köppe and shared as Open Educational Resources subject to the Creative Commons…

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SITT 2020 - Wednesday Daily Debrief

About this session: Join presenters, colleagues, and staff for a guided discussion of topics from the day’s webinars with opportunities to engage with fellow faculty, education specialists,…

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