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Every first Friday, stop by the ITS classroom at anytime between 1:00pm to 4:00pm and receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about the various software, systems, and devices supported by ITS.
Peerceptiv is a cloud-based, double-blind student peer-to-peer student assessment system, that integrates with eCampus. There is no software to download or student account to create. Students upload their assignments into Peerceptiv, which automatically and anonymously assigns the document to from 3 to 6 of the student’s classmates. Peerceptiv supports writing across the curriculum, and is equally effective for presentations, videos, art projects, business plans, legal briefs, and any other task requiring formative feedback.NOTE: An email reminder will be sent a few days prior to the live event. The email will include pre-setup instructions and the Guest URL for attending the event.
This session will provide some hands on training with the D2L Brightspace Learning Management System and the opportunity to ask the Brightspace experts about their product.
This session is part of the search for a new Learning Management System. For additional information on this search, please visit https://cio.tamu.edu/it-governance/committees/ttltc/lms-sc/index.php
Drop by to ask the D2L Brightspace expert specific questions and try out their Learning Management System.
This session will provide some advanced training with the D2L Brightspace Learning Management System and the opportunity to ask the Brightspace experts about their product.
Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) offer unique teaching and learning experiences. ALC strategies can ensure greater student interaction and engagement with the instruction, course resources, and one another in the classroom. Join this workshop as we look at how to utilize ALCs to create a student-centered learning environment.
Create assignments, tests, surveys, and more using eCampus tools to create graded coursework and measure student knowledge.
Learn how to create an evaluation criterion for assignments and use it to grade using the Rubric tool in eCampus.
Work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session.
Use the Turnitin building block as a means for plagiarism prevention. Check for potential plagiarism by comparing it to thousands of publications, web pages, and student papers for originality. The hands-on training also looks at the peer review (PeerMark) and grading (GradeMark) components.
OutlineAfter completing this session, participants will be able to:
Texas A&M University is an official subscriber to Quality Matters™ through ITS.Quality Matters™ is recognized worldwide as an inter-institutional peer review process that utilizes a research based set of standards known as the QM Rubric to assess the quality of the design of an online course. There are currently 800 subscribers in 46 states as well as several countries outside the U.S. Research indicates that the QM process and QM Rubric are effective in producing quality online courses.This 4-hour workshop explores the QM Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online and blended courses. Participants use the QM Rubric to review their own courses and develop a course improvement plan.Workshop participants include but are not limited to graduate assistants, faculty, lecturers, staff, and administrators.