Recording: Assessment Brown Bag (September 3)

Our eighth brown bag was a moderated discussion facilitated by Jay Turner on various topics related to assessment and academic integrity. Patty Weisensee, Emily Boyd, and Jim Feher shared their experiences with take-home tests, Zoom proctored exams, and Respondus Monitor. Jay also shared thoughts from Young-Shin Jin about using oral exams, and fielded questions and […]

Recording: Technology Tools Brown Bag (August 28th)

Our seventh virtual brown bag was held on August 28th. The instructional design team answered questions about Zoom, Kaltura, Gradescope, and Canvas. The recording is a Zoom recording that was processed and hosted in Kaltura. For your convenience, we’ve added Chapters to this recording that highlight when each topic was discussed. You can find the […]

Virtual Brown Bag (Thursday, September 3): Assessment and Academic Integrity

The instructional design team invites you to join us on Thursday for an moderated panel discussion on assessment and academic integrity. Jay Turner will moderate the discussion, with Patty Weisensee, Emily Boyd, Jim Feher, and the instructional design team serving as the panel. Each of these faculty will comment on their experiences with adapting assessments […]

Virtual Brown Bag (FRIDAY, August 28): Tech Tips

The instructional design team invites you to join us this Friday for an informal discussions on teaching technology tips. We’ll answer the questions you’ve asked in our workshops this summer about Kaltura, Canvas, Gradescope, Zoom, and classroom technology. Join us for step-by-step demonstrations or to have your own questions answered. To accommodate the McKelvey Education, […]

Recording: Classroom Teaching Technology Virtual Brown Bag (August 20)

Our sixth virtual brown bag was held on August 20th from one of the pooled classrooms on Danforth campus. During this demonstration, Emily Boyd showed how to use the pooled classroom technology to deliver a hybrid lecture to students in-person and online simultaneously. Emily modeled the use of a tablet, a doc cam, and a […]

Recording: Engaging Online Students Virtual Brown Bag (August 14)

Our fifth virtual brown bag was on August 14th. Meghann Pytka and Jason Crandall shared various tools and approaches to facilitating online student engagement, including discussion boards, Zoom office hours, and small group work. I’ve attached the presentation from this brown bag here: August 14 Slide Deck The session recording is linked below. You must […]

Virtual Brown Bag (Thursday, August 20): Classroom teaching technology

This week, Emily Boyd will be simulating a brief lecture (10-15 mins.) from a university pooled classroom in Jubel Hall. Jason Crandall will join her to act as production assistant, and there will be a few students in the classroom, as well as online to simulate the process of asking and answering questions. Following the […]

Virtual Brown Bag (FRIDAY, August 14): Engaging Online Students

The McKelvey Instructional Design team will be hosting a conversation about various methods of engaging with online students, including polling software, discussion boards, structured office hours/Q&A sessions, and small group work. In addition to sharing some best practices, we invite you to come prepared to share your own plans and questions. Please join us on Friday, […]

Recording: Gradescope Virtual Brown Bag (July 31)

Our fourth virtual brown bag was on July 31st. Bill Siever and Tsitsi Nussinov showed various ways they have used Gradescope to help with fairness, consistency, and efficiency in their grading workflows. Both Bill and Tsitsi have shared their slide decks and are willing to consult with other faculty if desired. I’ve posted all three […]

Virtual Brown Bag (FRIDAY, July 31): Gradescope

Tsitsi Nussinov and Bill Siever will be joining our instructional design team to discuss how they have used Gradescope to help with administering and grading various types of assignments and exams. Gradescope creates uniform grading rubrics, detailed student feedback, and an efficient grading for handwritten, electronic, and code submissions. Please join us on Friday, July 31st at noon […]