During Spring 2021, the Teaching and Learning Innovations’ Learning Design Team was fortunate to partner with our first-ever TLi Faculty Mentors. Mentors are CSUCI Faculty who are experienced in the art of integrating teaching with technology to enhance student learning. As we get ready to introduce you to the 2021-2022 Digital Learning Mentors, we would like to highlight contributions from our founding Faculty Mentors shared during Spring 2021. As are the words of any influential mentor, the wisdom shared last year can be applied today, and provide food for thought as we look ahead. We hope you’ll find something you can apply this term and beyond.
The following replay features Diana Lenko from the Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics.
Teaching Challenge: Academic Integrity
Assessment is always a topic of interest. During emergency remote instruction, concerns about increased cheating (founded or not) proved a common topic for discussion. In her webinar, Diana Lenko explores student-centered alternative assessment strategies and practical advice in response to concerns surrounding plagiarism and cheating. This 53-minute webinar provides practical solutions applicable to any course modality (in-person or virtual).