Webinar presented in collaboration with E-CORE

online - link will be distributed prior to the session
July 21, 3:30 pm- 4:30 pm EDT



OVERVIEW:  The shift to remote education has presented instructors with many challenges, but the one likely causing the most headaches: assessments. From the initial E-CORE survey, participants indicated that they would like to discuss remote assessment with other educators.  Areas of particular concern are academic integrity and logistics for remote assessment.

In this webinar, members from the ‘E-CORE Assessment Working group’ will present an overview from some of the best practices Quick Guides (available from the E-CORE Resource page), in addition to some examples for how these assessment techniques can be applied in a variety of class contexts. The workshop portion of the webinar will run for 1-hour, with an opportunity to stick around afterwards for Q & A with the facilitators.

Please note: this session is not intended to be a comprehensive breakdown of remote assessment techniques, but instead provide a starting point for instructors when considering assessment options for their courses. E-CORE hopes to offer more assessment-related webinars in the near future based on demand and facilitator availability. We invite you to bring examples of assessment issues you are having and feedback on methods that you have used so far to share.  We hope to learn from each other and help connect colleagues working through similar issues.

COST: Free

MORE DETAILS:  This interactive session will include:

  • Short presentations from different Assessment Working Group members (approx. 20 min total)
  • Peter Ostafichuk (UBC), Carol Jaeger (UBC), Brian Frank (Queen’s)
  • Interactive Question & Answers – upload and vote on questions in advance (approx. 20 min total)
  • Breakout Room discussions – with facilitators/presenters (approx. 20 min total)
  • After the 1-hour workshop portion of the Webinar, there will be an opportunity to stick around afterwards for informal Q & A with the facilitators.


For all conference related questions - please contact the organizing committee.