Event Title

Roundtable Discussion 3: Open Assessments

Author Biography

Alexis Duffy, ALX Projects Coordinator, The Ohio State University

Alexis Duffy is the Project Coordinator with Ohio State’s Affordable Learning Exchange. She holds degrees from Michigan State University, Emerson College and The Ohio State University. With a background in educational publishing, Alexis works closely with grant winners as they plan and implement affordable solutions, including writing, remixing and adopting open textbooks.

Michael Shiflet, Digital Publishing Coordinator, The Ohio State University

Michael Shiflet joined the Office of Distance and Education at The Ohio State University in 2014 after nearly a decade in the K-12 education market helping transition traditional print programs to digital offerings. In his role as Digital Publishing Coordinator on the Affordability and Access team, he helps faculty create their own electronic textbooks and digital instructional materials.

Program Type

Other

Start Date and Time

8-3-2019 3:10 PM

Location

LB 205

Program Description

Instructors who are working on adopting open resources run into issues when it comes to the lack of ancillary materials, and many feel the loss of the test question bank the most. At Ohio State, we are developing a process and technology to build course-specific, text-agnostic banks to pair with open (or any!) materials. Attendees will share strategies regarding assessing courses that employ open learning materials, and learn about a developing technology on open assessments from Ohio State and Penn State.

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Mar 8th, 3:10 PM

Roundtable Discussion 3: Open Assessments

LB 205

Instructors who are working on adopting open resources run into issues when it comes to the lack of ancillary materials, and many feel the loss of the test question bank the most. At Ohio State, we are developing a process and technology to build course-specific, text-agnostic banks to pair with open (or any!) materials. Attendees will share strategies regarding assessing courses that employ open learning materials, and learn about a developing technology on open assessments from Ohio State and Penn State.