Modifying Tests for Online Delivery
Reconsidering whether to keep your tests as they were prior to the disruption? Here are some things to consider:
- No on-campus proctoring services are currently available, so treat every test as open book
- Not all students will have access to computers to take the test. Many will only have their phones.
If an online test is not ideal under the current disruption consider whether there is another way to assess your students. If you would like support in devising alternatives, consider contacting an Instructional Designer, Curriculum Specialist or UDL Specialist for consultation.
Blackboard has a lot of great resources to assist faculty in converting their face-to-face tests for the online environment.
Creating Tests in Blackboard
Here are some links you may find helpful:
Proctored Blackboard Tests and Respondus
Administering tests through Blackboard? See important information about proctoring and Respondus Lockdown Browser / Respondus Monitor.
Accommodations and Settings
Contact a UDL or Accessibility Specialist for questions such as:
- I have students who need accommodations. How can I set that up?
- Can I change access for just one student?