Concentration:
Memorable and Meaningful Assessments
Title:
Creating Assessments with Limited Tools
Description:
Many courses designed according to the Quality Matters rubric use external tools for assessments. These tools allow students to create a wide variety of artifacts, such as videos, timelines, and maps. Unfortunately, these external tools often come at a price high enough to preclude their use. Such tools may offer free versions that are limited in some way. In this workshop, participants will learn to create value by designing high-quality assessments that utilize limited versions of tools.
 
Learning Objectives:
Analyze limited versions of online tools for compatibility with best practices for assessment design
Craft high-quality assessments using limited versions of online tools.
Evaluate assessments that use limited versions of online tools in order to determine how they could
 
Intended Audience: Role
Administrators
No
Faculty
Yes
Instructional Designers
Yes
 
Intended Audience: Knowledge Level
Experienced with QM
Yes
New to QM
Yes
Presenter(s):
Presenters
Blair Goodlin, Instructional Designer, Manhattan College
Kim Woodruff, Director of Instructional Design, Manhattan College