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Welcome to NWeLearn 2019! We are excited about his annual event. Here is some housekeeping information to navigate the event:
  • The conference is hosted in the Convention Center, a separate building next to the Riverhouse Hotel. You can walk there from the hotel by taking one of the paths that go under MT Washington Drive or drive directly there.
  • The Convention Center has two levels. Meals and main sessions will be held in the lower level and the breakout sessions will be held in the main or 1st floor.
  • Restrooms are in the 1st Floor across from Cascadia B.
  • The Thursday night, Networking & Hors D’oeuvres, will be held right after the last Thursday breakout session in the main entrance space by the fireplace on the 1st floor.
Feel free to ask any questions, post your experiences in the Slack Community site, nwelearn.slack.com, and upload your pictures to the NWeLearn Conference 2019 Google Photos site.
Thursday, October 17 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Quit Trying to Build a Better Mousetrap to Stop Cheating: Create Assessments that Use Technology Instead of Fighting Against it

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How can we create cheating-proof assessments for online classes? Instead of trying to police or out-tech students, discover new ways to create assessments that invite students to use technology and other resources. This is an interactive presentation where participants will try new ways to design evaluations of student work.

Speakers
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Dr. Kim Carter-Cram

Lecturer, Boise State University
My name is Kim Carter-Cram. I hold a Ph.D. in French literature from UCLA. I have taught humanities, language, world literatures and cultures, philosophy and women's studies at several universities, and have been teaching at Boise State University since 2003. I have 13 years of experience... Read More →
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Dr. Jennifer Black

Lecturer, Boise State University
Dr. Jennifer Black is a faculty member in the English Department at Boise State University, where she teaches courses in Renaissance literature and humanities. She also works as a Faculty Associate with the eCampus Center. She has designed and taught many different online courses... Read More →


Thursday October 17, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Cascade B Riverhouse on the Deschutes

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