Assessing learners in an online environment is alternatively enthralling, overwhelming, and frustrating. Instructors are sometimes shocked to discover that students can print or take screenshots of online tests, or that the text banks to nearly all major textbooks are for sale on the web. How can you be certain you're accurately assessing learners when they are able to print or copy by hand all of the questions in your exams? And, how can you help other faculty understand that it's all going to be ok?
Join Corrie Bergeron from Lakeland Community College and Kevin Lowey from the University of Saskatchewan as they discuss assessment strategies which can help address your concerns and give you creative solutions to the authentic assessment problem.
-Corrie Bergeron, Instructional Designer (University of Saskatchewan)
-Kevin Lowey, Technomage (University of Saskatchewan)