Session one for Designing Online Assessments for Academic Integrity was not recorded but you can find many of the resources referenced and the presentation slides on this page.
Designing Online Assessments for Academic Integrity is a four part series of workshops designed to facilitate embedding principles of academic integrity into the structure of assessments.
The following webinar is a helpful resource to consider what authentic assessment can look like in your course.
International Center for Academic Integrity: Going Remote With Integrity 2.0: Technological Tips & Techniques
Additional Resources & References
- Conrad, D. & Openo, J. (2018). Chapter 7: Planning an Assessment and Evaluation Strategy— Authentically. In Assessment Strategies for Online Learning: Engagement and Authenticity. Athabasca, AB: Athabasca University Press.
- DiBattista, D. (2017). Making the Most of Multiple-Choice Questions: Getting Beyond Remembering Retrieved from https://celt.uwindsor.ca/index.php/CELT/article/view/3190
- Fink, D. (2003) Self-guide to Course Design https://www.deefinkandassociates.com/GuidetoCourseDesignAug05.pdf
- Gooblar, D. (2018). Will My Students Actually Want to Do This Assignment? The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from https://www.chronicle.com/article/Will-My-Students-Actually-Want/244247
- Hendricks, C. (2015) Renewable assignments: Student work adding value to the world. UBC Flexible Learning. Retrieved from http://flexible.learning.ubc.ca/news-events/renewable-assignments-student-work-adding-value-to-the-world/
- International Center for Academic Integrity (2020) Going Remote With Integrity 2.0: Technological Tips & Techniques https://www.academicintegrity.org/webinar/webinar-going-remote-with-integrity-2-0-technological-tips-techniques/
Sakai Tool Help Pages and Instructions
Tests & Quizzes
Student Video Presentations
Student Audio assignments
- Stevens, J. (2019) Chapter 8 Podcast Debate. In Democratizing Online Learning in Postsecondary Education: Instructional Design Plans