OER Resource: Suggestions for replacing on site exams

This text has been reproduced from Professor Sally’s website. Thank you to Sally and Professor Kay Sambell for this invaluable resource!

Following on from my posting on 13th March, Kay Sambell and I have subsequently both been asked by colleagues for advice on how to move from having invigilated on-site exams to having students sit written assessments online from home, so we’ve put together a second informal guide as an open educational resource posted here: Kay-Sambell-Sally-Brown-Coronavirus-Contingency-Suggestions-for-replacing-on-site-exams-w.docx (16 downloads)

Please feel free to circulate and use it. You are very welcome to customize it for your local contexts, but please acknowledge its origins if you do so (and it would be very interesting for us if you let us know how you have used it!)

Covid19 Online compendium

Click here to access the online compendium of virtual Learning and Teaching Resources.

This list is offered in the spirit of supporting teaching, learning and both the student and staff experience. The resources are not presented as ‘recommendations’, but as suggestions, with users best placed to select and adapt what works for them.

The master list of resources can be found here.

Background:

This compendium evolved from #LTHEchat 170 and is now merged within SEDA. Aware of that the volume of resources available is somewhat overwhelming during #LTHEchat 173 Question 5 was posed to invite colleagues to post their ‘go to’ resource which has help us to curated the very best resources, pulling them together into a single space for ease of navigation.

#LTHEchat Resources

#LTHEchat: Links to other resources created and collated during our special week long chat are here:

Please access the SEDA Google document for access to all centrally posted links and resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/192oI8w5GfsV7gSHa3uDrTH9EQy9c4L1VTW7pYliexkU/edit#