Oral Exams as Alternative (and Authentic) Assessments

Article by Amy J. & James E. Kabrhel, Ph.D., Associate Professors of Chemistry In the Summer of 2020 during the heat of the COVID-19 pandemic, we learned that we would be allowed to come back to face-to-face instruction in Fall 2020 as long as we used methods allowing social distancing and flexibility for student attendance. […]

Self-Service Tech Help – Using the UWGB IT Knowledgebase

Have you ever encountered a tech issue that you want to troubleshoot yourself, but you don’t know where to begin? UWGB technology experts have created several concise tech guides on a variety of topics such as Zoom operations to working in Microsoft Teams that can be accessed by searching the UWGB Knowledgebase (UKnowIT). You can also find step-by-step instructions, complete with screenshots for common Canvas issues (e.g., exporting grades, combining course sections, course dates/access). Learn more about the tech help available in the IT Knowledgebase.

Events on AI, Machine-Generated Content, and ChatGPT (Feb. 10, Feb. 17, Mar. 24 & Apr. 7, 2023)

Have you heard the term “ChatGPT” and wondered what everyone was talking about? Are you thinking about how artificial intelligence and machine-generated content could help you as a teacher or complicate your ability to assess true student learning? Experts from across UW-Green Bay are coming together to help you! Please read on to learn more about the sessions being offered in Spring 2023.

OPID-Sponsored Systemwide Book Club: Relationship-Rich Education (Spring 2023)

The Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) is sponsoring a systemwide book club for UW instructors this spring! Together we will be reading “Relationship-Rich Education: How Human Connections Drive Success in College” by Peter Felten and Leo M. Lambert. Sign up today to claim your spot!