Does the planned test REALLY measure the skill you want them to master?
Bloom's Taxonomy and related verbs that can be used to intentionally structure assignments and assessments
Should you offer it? How much? Under what circumstances?
Which assessments (should) count for points? Should you adjust your strategy?
Assessment techniques that can save time and ensure fairness
Our list of interactive techniques doubles as a toolkit for formative assessment
Augmenting Canvas to drop lowest test scores or perform other advanced calculations
Information related to the alignment of program and course objectives, activities, and assessments within an an academic program
How to build, revise, or use rubrics to grade essays, projects, and labs more quickly, more impartially, and with fewer student questions
Instructors can have their scantrons scored at Scanning Services on the ground floor of BEH. Here's the link to their office: http://www.acad.usf.edu/Office/IE/scanning.htm. Instructors can provide a flash drive (although the form says diskette) and receive the output digitally. This tutorial will show you how to import grades from a .csv file into Canvas. http://guides.instructure.com/s/2204/m/4152/l/55013-how-do-i-upload-changes-to-the-gradebook.
Information about eXplorance Blue, USF's online system for student assessment of instruction.
Best practices and common mistakes