Live Video Trainings
Recordings of Webinars
Enhancing Exam Academic Integrity recorded sessions and slide decks. Must use your UCR email to login.
The Enhancing Exam Academic Integrity Webinar Series consisted of the follow five 45-minute sessions.
Session 1: Exam Proctoring with YUJA and R’ Proctoring
Session 2: Authentic Assessments for Deeper Learning and Enhanced Academic Integrity
Session 3: A Unique Exam for Every Student
Session 4: Using Gradescope to Reduce Grading Time, Increase Grading Consistency, and Give Quality Feedback
Session 5: Using Respondus Lock Down Browser to Secure the Online Exam Environment
Yuja Basics - Faculty Training (June 19)
Authentic Assessments (May 29)
Building your Course (May 21)
Instructor Presence (May 15)
Mapping Your Course Welcome (May 8)
Summer Orientation (April 30)
Connecting with Students, recording from 4/17
Dr. Sherryl Berg-Ridenour, Lecturer, School of Business Administration, discusses ways to use low-bandwidth tools to develop a sense of classroom community and connect learning to deepen student understanding by allowing students to share their own examples and engage in peer dialogue.
Summer Remote Q&A, Part II, recording from 4/23
Using Mobile Tech for Lecture Capture, Remote Supplemental Instruction sessions, or Holding Sections, recording from 4/16
Learn from Pablo Mogrovejo and some of UCR’s Supplemental Instructors (Sis) about the variety of formats and approaches to lecture capture shown at their YouTube page. Review a variety of mobile technology options and considerations, as well as pros and cons.
Goole Meet Basics, recording from 4/15
Alternative Assessment Workshop, recording from 4/7
Zoom Security, recording from 4/9
Summer Remote Instruction Q&A, recording from 4/8
iLearn Beyond Basics, recording from 4/7
Notes from the field: Case Studies in Rapid Migration Online recording from 4/7 , by Karolyn M. Andrews, Director, Education Abroad & Adj. Asst. Professor, Psychology
Hear how Karolyn M. Andrews helped internationally-based SUNY faculty and students migrate online in response to the 2006 war in Lebanon, and the 2008 crisis in Greece. In each situation, new tools and skills had to be rapidly adopted, and adapted, by faculty, students, and staff, in order to remain connected and continue learning in a variety of different majors. Join to learn how to get through this, and then get better at it, as you help strengthen the skills our students need in a 21st century economy.
Recording a PowerPoint Presentation recording from 3/31
PlayPosit Demo recording from 3/25
5 Tips for Effective Video Lectures recording from 3/24
Zoom 2: Whiteboards and more recording from 3/19
TA/Instructor Communication recording from 3/18
Exams in iLearn recording from 3/12
Using Zoom recording from 3/13