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March How-To Sessions Focus on Academic Integrity

SHSU Online has lined up some good How-To Session opportunities for March 2020. This month, we have a strong focus on Academic Integrity (see our article in this month’s newsletter), so our sessions will have a focus on the aforementioned topic. So, without further ado, here are your sessions for March 2020. 

  • Blackboard Ate My Homework (03/05 and 03/16)
  • How to Fight Cheating in Your Online Course (3/18 and 3/24)
  • Securing Your Online Tests and Quizzes with Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor (3/30)

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Blackboard Ate My Homework

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This session is based upon a very popular Blackboard World Presentation given by Chris Bray, a Blackboard Administrator at the University of Arkansas. The most common chance for academic dishonesty occurs when students claim to have submitted a test or assignment when they haven’t actually done so. When you suspect a student is trying to “pull the wool over your eyes,” you need evidence to validate or invalidate the students’ claim. This one-hour session covers the tools at your disposal for tracking student activity and promoting academic integrity.

 

How to Fight Cheating in Your Online Course

This one-hour session will offer multiple ways to promote academic integrity in your Blackboard courses, as well as some concrete steps to help reduce students’ ability to cheat in Blackboard assessments and assignments.

 

Securing Your Online Tests and Quizzes with Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor

This How-To Session deals with a tool that locks down your students’ computers when they are taking a test and records the students’ video and audio during the attempt. 


 Visit our sign-up page to enroll today!