Academic Integrity Resources:
- REPORT SUSPECTED CHEATING!!! - If you suspect it, report it! This puts students on notice (See the linked Office of Student Conduct reporting form). The Office of Student Conduct will continue to meet with students, virtually, for incidents of academic dishonesty and misconduct for the remainder of the semester.
- How to Reduce Cheating in Online Assessments PDF – This PDF includes some practical tips to prevent or reduce cheating for two common learning assessment activities, namely testing and homework assignments.
- Help students understand what plagiarism is - CSUF Definition of Plagiarism
- Refer to the Moodle, AKA “TITANium” Managing Plagiarism Prevention
- Excelsior OWL - you can embed their content into your course (review paraphrasing, synthesizing, citing etc.)
- Research Article on Supporting Academic Honesty in Online Courses
- Break apart the major projects or writing assignments into multiple “drafts”.
- Utilize group work and peer review.
- Come up with alternatives to written assignments.
- For exams, have the open only during the class period.
- Randomize the questions and answers using the features on TITANium.
- Use tools like Turnitin , Respondus Lockdown Browser & Monitor , and ProctorU (100% online only). Respondus is currently hosting daily webinars .
- Set better Titanium quiz settings
- Change up assignments and questions - rewrite questions so they can’t be “Googled”
- Google your name and the words “Course Hero”, “Chegg”, or “Quizlet” to see if any of your assignments or exams are online.
- The International Center for Academic Integrity
- Plagiarism Rap (Cite Your Sources) - this is a good 1 minute video for students.
- CSUF Recommendations for Academic Integrity
- Respondus Webinars
Zoom, Titanium, and Online Teaching Resources:
- Tips and Tricks for Teachers Educating on Zoom
- Comprehensive Guide to Educating on Zoom
- Zoom for Education Session (45 minute webinar) – Introduction video on the features of Zoom and to see what a recording of your own Zoom will look like.
- Student Tips for Participating in Zoom Session – This is a great resource to post in and on Titanium for students.
- If you need to write or annotate while delivering a lecture, host a Zoom session on your touch screen enabled device (like an iPad), share your screen and enable whiteboard. Then use a stylus or your finger to write on the white board.
- CSUF Website for Zoom Information – We have a CSUF page on our website that allows you to log in to Zoom, create an account, and view additional resources/training guides, and where to reach out for help and support.
TITANium Resource Center
- TITANium Resource Center is where you may find self-help guides on a wide range of topics regarding teaching and learning using TITANium (Moodle).
- Sandbox Course – Sandbox course is a space created for an individual instructor to experiment with TITANium. Instructors can experiment with adding and importing content and different ways of organizing a course.
- Refer to the Moodle, AKA “TITANium” Managing Plagiarism Prevention – Here you can learn how to enable a plagiarism prevention feature on TITANium along with other prevention plugins.
- Faculty Development Center's Keep Teaching Webpage - In the event of a campus closure caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you’ve planned may be impacted. This guide helps you find alternatives for these situations.
- Online Education and Training Resources – CSUF resource page that includes a preparedness checklist and information about posting things on TITANium, communicating with students online, and many more topics.
- CSUF IT Technology Tools for Working Remotely - This page provides possible solutions to ensure that all CSUF faculty and staff are able to continue to provide instruction and support remotely.
- Faculty and Staff Software - Information Technology offers a variety of software for active faculty and staff. The software titles listed are available for campus, home, or cloud use.
- After authenticating by using your CSUF login account information, access resources on Camtasia. Use Camtasia for making lecture videos. (There are other options for making videos too, but this can get you started.)
- If you are using videos, host them on YouTube - YouTube Help Center
Online Teaching: Do This, Not That:
How prepared do your students feel about this transition?
Check in on students and how prepared they feel about this transition:
This check-in survey solicits information on how students are doing and how prepared they are for this transition. Faculty could adopt or adapt based on the dynamics of their classes and students.
Responses can be sent via spreadsheet and email notification. Seems great for students who will be multitasking as home because of multiple responsibilities. Also provides information that could help faculty address access, equity and inclusion issues and could help identify students who may need some accommodation.
Five Tips for Making the Most of this Shift to Distance Learning:
From Inside Higher Education, “For the Love of Learning,” has five tips for making the most of this shift to distance learning.
Structuring your Work-at-Home environment:
LabArchives is a cloud-based product that supports lab instruction/workbooks and research activities. Several campuses are using it, and it might be an option for faculty who are converting their labs online. At this time, it is being offered gratis.
Virtual Copyright Office Hours:
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For higher education librarians, including at college, research, community college, and special libraries, with questions about supporting rapidly shifting in-person instruction and research to remote, library copyright experts are offering informational office hours via Zoom.
Student Engagement in Online Learning:
Maintaining Equity Online:
Resource from SDSU
Maintaining Equity and Inclusion in Virtual Environments