Gradescope is an online program for consistent grading through the use of rubrics for point assignment and standard responses for common errors. You can grade assignments, quizzes, and exams faster and more uniformly. Gradescope is especially useful for materials that are handwritten and for larger classes.
Many faculty are already using Gradescope, and there will be two idea-sharing sessions at lunch time on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and Thursday, Nov. 12.
The Carnegie Endowment is hosting a zoom call for students interested in the JR Fellows Program. Sit in on a discussion between one of Carnegie's research scholars/program directors and a recent former Junior Fellow. The scholar will discuss selecting and working with a JF and the former JF will talk about working with scholars and the nomination/application/interview process. AC deadline to apply is Jan. 4. To join the call, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org and request zoom info for Scholar/JF discussion zoom call.
Join the Arts at Amherst Initiative at our Virtual Bonfire for a conversation about how we are working to stay centered during these unprecedented times. The event will begin with members of the Steering Committee sharing personal anecdotes about the art that is helping ground them in the present moment.
Please register in advance.
Want a buddy while working on Biology? Drop by the virtual Biology study sessions for a space to be productive! Whether studying silently together in the homeroom or working on an assignment with others in a breakout room, you can build community while getting work done.
Zoom link: bit.ly/2ZGbPAX or Meeting ID: 939 140 9559.