Making exam questions ungoogle-able

Here’s my challenge

  1. Teaching an online calculus-based physics class, asynchronously.
  2. Using a standards-based assessment and reporting framework.
  3. Trying to have an accessible online class which uses universal design principles while also fairly being able to assess student learning.

The third item means that (for the moment) I’m not planning to have timed assessments. In order to have assessments that have any chance of assessing what students have learned in the course, I’m going…

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Physics professor with research interest in musical acoustics

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Physics professor with research interest in musical acoustics

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