Mid- and end-of-term exams increase demand in the use of Respondus LockDown Browser. Here is an overview of the tool and alternatives faculty can explore to support students who do not have hardware compatible with Respondus LockDown Browser.
Zoom and Microsoft Teams are tools intended for real-time, synchronous activities, rather than long-term video storage. Using these tools for long-term video storage poses challenges for the university—adding operational inefficiencies, increasing storage costs, and complicating compliance with privacy requirements. Zoom cloud storage is an issue for UBC Okanagan instructors and staff. Everyone will need a […]
iClicker Cloud is an online student response system that allows you to pose questions during a class session that students answer using their computer or mobile device. On Wednesday, June 28, 2023, the LT Hub will improve how iClicker Cloud and Canvas work together by switching to a new integration. Many UBC Okanagan instructors use […]
We’re excited to share that the Kaltura Cloud Migration is now complete! Thank you for your patience as the LT Hub team migrated 180,000 Kaltura videos over the month of April. What does this mean for me? You can access and manage your Kaltura videos through the new Teaching & Learning Media Portal at learning.media.ubc.ca or […]
“UBC has a license for TurnItIn, a platform that compares student written work against a database of online resources and prior submissions, and provides a “similarity” measure that can support further discussion and assessment of potential plagiarism. It is widely used at UBC, and can be a formative tool for students to review and improve […]