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ASU Remote 2020: Effectively and Efficiently Assess Written Work Remotely

Katy Dumelle of Oregon State University, Sara Clark of Oregon State University and Nisha Sridharan of Arizona State University provide tips and strategies for assessing written work in online or remote classes and discuss how that written work can promote student metacognition.

This video is from the Remote Summit 2020.

Recommended citation:

Dumelle, K., Clark, S., and Sridharan, N. (2020, July 13) Effectively and Efficiently Assess Written Work Remotely [Video] ASU Remote Summit.

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