Final Exams in Remote Courses

The CFDE has developed a web tool to help you understand and select the best assessment methods for your online course. Begin by thinking about the learning goals for the course.

Follow this link for more guidance. 

Low-bandwidth .pdf version here.

We encourage faculty, especially Emory College faculty, to first and foremost begin with their school-specific information and resources to transition to online classes. Direct links to those resources may be found here.

Assessment Webinar Series

Content for both webinars based on the Final Exams in Remote Courses tool created by the CFDE

Reimagining Assessment

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Friday, April 10th 1:00-2:00 pm   

Facilitators: Matthew Aron ATS/LITS, Sarah Morris Library Services, Liesl Wuest CFDE 

Description: As you make the transition to remote assessment, be creative and reimagine what it might look like! Consider the primary purpose of the course: content mastery, skill development, analysis etc., then pair it with ongoing activities rather than a single final exam. 

This webinar will discuss several different research-based approaches to assessment that can replace the need for a proctored final exam. We will cover how to select appropriate alternative assessments, how to design them for remote learning, and how to implement them. This will include: 

  • Ongoing quizzes 
  • Online Discussions 
  • Research papers/projects 
  • Portfolio of work 

This will be a presentation + demonstration style webinar. There should be time for Q&A throughout.   

Zoom link: https://emory.zoom.us/j/415529649 

 

Proctored Exams

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Facilitators: Matthew Aron & Lee Clontz ATS/LITS, Blaire Wilson Honor Council in ECAS, Liesl Wuest CFDE

Description: While the general recommendation for assessment in a remote environment is to try to reimagine the final exam through ongoing assessments and/or final projects, if you need to hold a proctored exam there are several options. This webinar is designed to:

  • Introduce you to a few options for proctored exams, including Respondus Monitor and using Zoom to proctor your exam remotely 
  • Discuss the limits of each system  
  • Hear from a representative from the Honor Council in ECAS to provide perspectives about best practices for academic integrity. 

 

 

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