Generally, artificial intelligence (AI) refers to a computer’s ability to carry out tasks that are typically completed by humans. To address the growing presence of AI in postsecondary environments, the Division of Learning and Teaching Support and Innovation (LTSI),...
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How can I record my Zoom session and share it with students?
Zoom recording options Hosts and co-hosts can record a Zoom meeting to the cloud (temporarily) or locally on their personal device. By default, participants cannot record a Zoom meeting unless the host grants them specific permission to do so during the meeting....
Supporting accessible assessments
At UVic, we’re moving towards becoming an access-centred institution, which requires all of us to prioritize accessibility in all that we do. This is critical, with one in five Canadians aged 15 years and older living with some form of disability. We can be proud that...
Accessible meetings and events
About this resource When you design sessions with accessibility in mind then more people will be able to participate and contribute meaningfully, and without experiencing barriers. Find tips to consider for before, during and after your session, for modalities that...
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Protected: Creating Intended Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
Accessibility in Higher Education
The list below represents important aspects of how Teaching Assistants (TAs) can incorporate more inclusive and accessible practices into their classes (online or face-to-face formats). Not all suggestions below may be applicable in all departments on campus. Please...
Peer-based Teaching Programs
Includes: Peer Observation of Teaching and Learning, Small Group Instructional Feedback and Teaching Squares. These programs enhance your teaching through learning conversations with peers. Learning from others in a collegial setting provides an engaged and collaborative experience.
The use of artificial intelligence tools and implications for Academic Integrity
In the evolution of artificial intelligence, you may have heard about the newest tool, ChatGPT, released by OpenAI in late November. This conversational chat bot technology is able to write basic essays, answer math questions and write code with various levels of...
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