Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO Integrity is a character-driven commitment to honesty, doing what is right, and guiding others to do what is right. Therefore, Academic Integrity is the practice of...

Active Learning: Overview and Introduction

Active Learning: Overview and Introduction < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO *Please note that this Quick-Reference Guide is longer than other guides as it provides an overview of Active Learning and contains more content,...

Blended and Online Exam Proctoring

Blended and Online Exam Proctoring < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO Exam proctoring is not a new concept in education. In traditional face-to-face classrooms, exams are usually overseen by an authorized person (proctor)...

CATME

CATME: Team Formation and Peer Evaluation < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME) is a web-based tool designed to support instructors in managing student teams. CATME...

Concept Maps

Concept Maps < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO Concept mapping is a method for educators and students to see the meanings of learning materials by portraying the connections between ideas, concepts and terms. Concept maps...

Discussion Board Prompts (Active Learning Strategy)

Active Learning Instructional Strategy: Discussion Board Prompts < Back to Quick Reference Guides Overview and Introduction: The WHAT and WHO As detailed in the Active Learning: Overview and Introduction Quick Reference Guide, active learning is a term used to...