[LON-CAPA-users] LON-CAPA and the push towards online
kortemey at msu.edu
Sun Mar 15 13:23:42 EDT 2020
Yep, this is a weird time.
For examinations, LON-CAPA works very well with Examity, https://examity.com - nicely integrated, and from all the experience with years of MSU-classes, Examity knows very well how to handle LON-CAPA.
I am putting together template classes for algebra-based and calculus-based physics with all content materials included. I thought it would be very nice to “come to the rescue” for physics colleagues across the country. Unfortunately, I am only making very slow progress, since we have been extremely busy for long hours here at ETH.
> On Mar 15, 2020, at 18:02, Lucas, Mark <lucasm at ohio.edu> wrote:
> I’m guessing everyone is in the same boat to some degree or another.
> Here at Ohio University we have suspended face-to-face classes through
> the end of the semester and are scrambling to go fully remote.
> The good thing is that for those of us already using LON-CAPA, the transition
> is a little easier, but I know that I personally have a bit of work to pull together
> extra resources to help support the students better.
> I would be curious to hear how people are adapting and perhaps using LON-CAPA
> in ways they have not before. As well, this would be a great venue for people
> who have questions about ways to stretch their use of the system.
> I know on our end we are scrambling to decide how we will use LON-CAPA
> for examination with the knowledge that their may need to be some
> give and take on proctoring in the immediate future.
> How goes it for everyone else?
> Mark Lucas email: lucasm at ohio.edu
> 252D Clippinger Lab phone: (740)597-2984
> Department of Physics and Astronomy fax: (740)593-0433
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