This Week for Faculty: Promoting Academic Integrity Resource
New Teaching Resource
Promoting Academic Integrity
While it is each student’s responsibility to understand and abide by university standards towards individual work and academic integrity, instructors can help students understand their responsibilities through frank classroom conversations that go beyond policy language to shared values. By creating a learning environment that stimulates engagement and designing assessments that are authentic, instructors can minimize the incidence of academic dishonesty.
Upcoming Live Online Workshops
Teaching Online with CourseWorks
Join us in exploring how to create community, support student engagement, and assess student learning in the online context using CourseWorks. This 90-minute workshop will give you an overview of the CourseWorks interface and highlight a toolset that will allow you to set up a course with clear expectations for students, create opportunities for a variety of assignment engagements, and nurture an environment that encourages a culture of inclusive communication. Register through the link below.
Reading Group: Anti-Racist Pedagogy Theory and Practice
Have you enacted anti-racist practices in your teaching? Are you looking for resources and support for engaging in anti-racist pedagogical theory and practice? Join the CTL and peer instructors committed to learning more about and incorporating anti-racist pedagogy and practice. Participants will engage in a discussion around a shared text, as well as use the time and space to reflect on their own practice and classrooms. Register through the link below.
Dates and Time: Wednesday, November 18, 11:00AM–12:00PM
Tool to consider as you plan ahead to Spring 2021: Edblogs
EdBlogs, Columbia’s blogging platform, makes it easy to share course content and create an online community using a blogging format. EdBlogs provides a blog for any course offered at Columbia upon the course instructor’s request.
Related External Article: “Using Blogs for Online, Hybrid or HyFlex Teaching” (Inside Higher Ed). Blogs offer many benefits, including encouraging students to be more engaged, writes Annette Vee, who provides tips on how to incorporate them most effectively into your courses.