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LEARNING MODULE: DESIGNING ONLINE ASSESSMENTS (UofC)


What is it?

This online module by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning focuses on the design of online assessments, providing relevant guidance, instruction, additional reading and resources.

In this module, you will find:
  • 2 worksheets
  • 5 templates
  • 11 types of assessments
  • Additional reading and resources

Who is it for?

Instructors at the University of Calgary.

What can it do?

Format: 6 open-access lessons
Time Commitment: 3-4 hours
Pace: Learner-led
Level: Intermediate

Results of learning module:
  • Select appropriate assessment strategies that are aligned to the course learning outcomes
  • Apply practices for communicating expectations around online assessment to students
  • Explain the differences between alternative forms of online assessment
  • Gain strategies to mitigate the occurrence of academic misconduct in online courses

Lessons:
Lesson 1: Principles of Online Assessmnet
Lesson 2: Understanding Alignment and Assessment
Lesson 3: Communicating Expectation
Lesson 4: Grading and Feedback
Lesson 5: Types of Assessment
Lesson 6: Academic Integrity in Online Assessment

Authors:
Dr. Patti Dyjur
Dr. Sarah Eaton
Dr. Kim Grant
Patrick Kelly


Is it University approved?

This resource is provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary.





University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Learning Module – Learning Module: Designing Online
        Assessments.
Retrieved from https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/resources/module/designing-online-assessments
        (accessed 14 August 2020),