Start planning for those final exams now – don’t wait until the last minute to set up the tools you need.
The most effective way to ensure academic integrity is to assign exams and other assessments that are original, incorporate active learning, and can’t be found on the Internet. However, if you find yourself needing some additional assistance in establishing academic integrity, Clemson Online has tools and resources that can help.
Now that the end of the semester is upon you, it’s time to determine and process final grades. Join us to see what steps you can take to ensure that scores are adding up correctly and that your final grades are accurate. Facilitated by Axel Ruiz, Learning Technology Specialist. A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants 48 hours prior to the day of the event.
As we cross the finish line on another Fall semester, do yourself a small favor before taking your well-deserved winter break: join us to discuss best practices in preparing for next semester. In this session we will cover exporting and importing Canvas course content, identifying one actionable change to make in your course, reviewing your course learning objectives, and ensuring they align with the rest of the course. Join us in person at Cooper 309 or virtually through Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants 48 hours prior to the day of the event. Facilitated by James Butler, Digital Learning Strategist.
Review Clemson Online’s Calendar of Events page to look at the rest of the development events we are offering in Fall 2022.
Contact James Butler with any questions about these sessions.
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