The Student Readiness Assessment is a self-assessment for students considering taking an online course. The assessment is divided into four sections, each relevant to student success, and provides pointed and specific feedback for review. Students do not need their pirate credentials to log in, they can simply take the assessment and receive immediate feedback.
On Wednesday, March 25th, the TLT Center held the 2nd session of the 2015 spring workshop series with Assessment Strategies. The workshop focused on various ways to assess student learning, based on the stated learning objectives, using rubrics and the grade center. Assessment strategies were discussed, including techniques to reduce academic dishonesty. Several Blackboard assessment… Continue Reading »
March – May 2014 The TLT Center is please to present several 60-minute workshops focusing on tools and best practices for online and hybrid course design. If you are teaching, developing or thinking of designing a hybrid or online course, these workshops are for you! Workshops are held in the Computer Training Classroom, Walsh Library… Continue Reading »