Category: Teaching Online

Resources for teaching online.

Examiners: Submitting an ‘online exam’ to exams office

What examiners need to do in order to submit an 'online exam' to exams office.

/ 17 May, 2021
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Online exam cheating or just confusion?

Academic integrity is complex, doubly so for online exams. Being clear to students about the exam rules will help everyone.

/ 17 May, 2021

Four ideas for humanising online teaching

Practical tips for calming student anxiety around online learning.

/ 5 May, 2021

Examiners: Submitting on-campus exam files

Examiners: finalise and submit in-person on-campus final exam files to the exams office for the session 1 2021 exam period.

/ 3 May, 2021

Online exams in iLearn: Pick the best tool for the job

A matrix of exam types and best fit iLearn (Moodle) tool for the job.

/ 29 April, 2021

Draft exam timetable released for S1 2021- check it and start building!

The session 1 2021 draft examination timetable has been released on the web.

/ 26 April, 2021

Staff: Please check the pre-release exam timetable

A pre-release draft version of the Session 1 exam timetable (including OUA examinable units) is available for viewing by faculty staff using a read-only link that can be found in the exams office wiki page. Please check the pre-release exam...

/ 15 April, 2021

Beyond the basics: Echo360

You’ve been using Echo360 for a while, but have you been using all its features?

/ 12 April, 2021

Writing Effective Multiple-Choice Items: Become familiar with this list of ‘do’s and don’ts’

Contrary to popular belief, well-written Multiple Choice items can assess higher-order thinking. With a quick recap on writing MC items, your next quiz may be more effective at assessing student learning.

/ 6 April, 2021