Assessing Student Learning Remotely

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Assessment is an integral part of course design and the teaching and learning process. Assessments should be carefully planned to align with the course learning outcomes and provide opportunities for students to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that you expect them to learn in the course. The links below provide information about effective practices for remote (online) assessments. To learn more about remote assessment strategies from UofG faculty, instructors, and staff, visit our Teaching Talks Webinar Series page. 

Alternative Assessments to Remote Proctoring


General Effective Practices for Assessing Students' Learning 


Balancing High- and Low-Stakes Assessments 


Academic Integrity 


Designing Exams and Tests


Authentic Assessment and Alternative Assessments to Traditional Exams 


Grading and Feedback