Last revised: 05/03/2016 by dsm
Using HuskyCT’s (Blackboard’s) Test Options and Test Availability Exceptions settings, instructors can allow make-up exams and/or accommodate students’ needs for extra time. This post will guide you to resources that explain how to accomplish these tasks. Continue reading
Last revised: 9/21/2016 by jap
As a subscribing Quality Matters (QM) institution, UConn encourages faculty to perform (at minimum) an “unofficial” QM Self-Review of their online and blended courses. This article details the steps for completing a QM “unofficial” Self-Review and where to seek further information and assistance.
Last modified 02/08/2017 by DTM.
Data can help inform instructional decisions. HuskyCT has a number of data collection and reporting tools for instructor use. In addition, media tools, such as YouTube, Mediasite, and Kaltura often have data reporting features.
This post addresses the following questions you may have as an instructor.
Last revised: 02/05/2018 by dsm.
This post provides recommendations for collecting formative and summative student survey feedback to inform and improve your teaching and course design. Continue reading
Last revised: 08/08/2018 by CAH.
Information about Quality Matters and how to get started with using the rubric.