May 29, 2020
We invite you to join us Monday for a practical workshop on building exams and finalizing grades. These hour-long sessions are live on Zoom at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Faculty who are interested in enhancing the explicit ties between the curriculum and students’ growing career readiness skills are invited to submit a short letter of interest in a small, stipended learning and leadership community that will meet remotely once this summer and throughout the next academic year.
The Office of the Provost Faculty and GE Support Group
Week Ten Checklist
The Accessible Education Center reminds faculty and GEs that they are responsible for adding extended time and adjusting availability windows in Canvas appropriately to facilitate testing accommodations. Questions regarding testing accommodations can be directed to email@example.com or (541) 346-1074.
Academic Council requires use of the Canvas gradebook this term. You can read highlights and watch a recording of the UO Online/TEP workshop on how to use the Canvas gradebook.
Tutoring and academic support is available remotely through the Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center. The TAEC provides remote math, science, language, and writing support, and an asynchronous Online Writing Lab.
Thinking about how to draw this extraordinary term to a close? Read ideas from TEP, the UO Career Center, and faculty colleagues for ending remote courses in ways that invite students to reflect on the full range of what they’ve learned, including relevant career readiness and resilience skills.
Monday Workshop Series
Building Your Exam, Calculating Grades
Monday, June 1, 2020
Select One: 9:00-10:00 a.m., 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Click here to join us via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 233 572 809
As we near the end of this spring term, you may be thinking about preparing a final exam in Canvas, finalizing your gradebook and grading scheme, or uploading final grades from Canvas to DuckWeb. Join UO Online and TEP as we discuss strategies and processes for finishing the term with grace and efficiency.
Some summer remote courses were scheduled without meeting times before Academic Council set its expectation for live engagement. They can proceed asynchronously because students can’t be required to be present at a time they didn’t sign up for. Academic Council does expect these instructors to find ways to engage students directly through, for example, discussion boards, office hours, or optional drop-in meeting times. This applies only to courses listed as REMOTE and without times on the summer class schedule.
Remote Course Builder
TEP and UO Online offer this streamlined resource to learn the “building blocks” of a UO remote course.
Workshop: Orientation to Remote Summer Teaching
Are you teaching this summer and looking for a time-saving introduction to the UO policies that govern, teaching practices that elevate, and resources that support remote teaching and learning? TEP, UO Online, and Information Services will help you get started.
During this workshop we’ll share the latest Academic Council expectations and highlight strategies for teaching in Canvas and Zoom, developing synchronous class sessions, engaging your students, and assessing their learning.
Select One Session:
Wednesday, June 3, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Wednesday, June 10, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Click here to join us via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 948 1127 1843
UO Common Reading
The UO Common Reading Program has announced next year's book, Clade, by James Bradley. Clade narrates an adaptive global future by following multiple generations of one family navigating climate change, economic instability, and social unrest. E-book versions of Clade can be requested by completing this form. Faculty and staff who plan to use the book in specific classroom or co-curricular settings will have priority distribution. Learn more about UO Common Reading.
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