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Costel Constantin, Ph.D. (Physics and Astronomy, Libraries) & Jessica Lantz (Libraries)


How do you use assessment methods of calculation and logic thinking to measure student learning? How can Canvas assessment features be used to make your feedback and grading more efficient? Would it be helpful to find out assessment strategies and practical operations before final exams?

This informal open office hour is for you to discuss briefly or dig deeper with an experienced science faculty expert and an instructional designer. You are welcome to stop by anytime within the online office hour. Registration is open until the end of the session.

Potential topics for each session, which can be adapted to your needs, include:

  • Using the Formula Question tool in Canvas
  • Effective use of assessment strategies
  • Identify representative assessment tools and related use for measuring learning activities
  • Relate Assignments, Assignment groups, and quizzes, to Gradebook in Canvas
  • Evaluate the variety of ways of providing feedback
  • Evaluate the possibility of redesign of in-person learning assessment with proper online methods 


  • Provide an opportunity for science faculty to ask questions specific to their course needs
  • Raise awareness to make course assessment methods interactive, collaborative, and accessible

Join the Meeting

This is a virtual workshop. The meeting link and password will be sent in the registration and reminder emails to all enrolled participants. The email will come from LibCal.

Thursday, November 18, 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
  Faculty     Staff  
  Virtual Workshop     Workshop  
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Event Organizer

Jess Lantz