Easing the Evaluation Process: Designing Rubrics to Evaluate Student Assignments
This short course will provide an introduction to a variety of learning technologies for the purpose of teaching and learning. The use of learning technologies, including learning management systems such as Blackboard, blogs, podcasts, wikis and even Twitter is growing as educators see the potential for collaboration, reflection, creation, sharing and other key elements of learning through the use of such tools.
This is a blended course with most of the work to be completed online, but there will be five required in-class sessions, beginning Tuesday, January 21 and ending Tuesday, April 15. Two additional "live" online sessions will take place using Google Hangouts. These sessions will include guest speakers and will be recorded and made available on YouTube for those unable to attend.
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Teaching excellence of faculty, instructors, sessionals, and graduate students is rewarded annually at the U of S. To find out more about the Provost's awards and Provost's award winners, click one of the links below. Deadline is February 15.
About the Awards
Provost's College Awards for Outstanding Teaching Awarded annually to an outstanding teacher in each College at the U of S. Deadline to submit nominations to the colleges is February 1.