Course Evaluations

Description University faculty often receive course evaluations from students, but it is rare that these evaluations are used to improve teaching methods or course design (Golding & Adam, 2016). This reluctance is often due to instructor perceptions of course evaluations as lacking validity and reliability, but according to a study done by Benton & Cashin …

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Cheating Reduction Strategies

Description There are five common academic dishonesty practices. Online faculty members need to be aware of them and take them into consideration while designing their courses. Plagiarism – using another person’s words or ideas without appropriate citation conventions as presented in different Fabrication – making up data, results, information, or number, and recording, and reporting …

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Assessment

On this page are pedagogical practices related to Assessment of learning. You might also wish to view the practices related to Course Content or Interaction. TIP: Click a linked phrase in order to view full entry. (On each page you may leave a star rating or use the “Discussion” tab to make comments.) An Alternative …

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