Carnegie Mellon University

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Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation

Assessing Learning for Hybrid and Remote Teaching and Learning

Just as your mode of instruction will be different for Fall 2020, your strategies for assessment may benefit from minor or major adjustments to address the issues associated with assessment in hybrid and remote contexts, e.g., maintaining rigor, managing student stress, attending to students’ different learning environments, and promoting academic integrity.

In June and July, a CMU working group met to develop a rich set of assessment recommendations (pdf version):

In addition, please see our assessment FAQs and general assessment design principles and strategies


Eberly colleagues are here to help!

An Eberly Center consultant can help you identify and map your course components to a hybrid/remote setting. Contact for a consultation and/or for help with using the technology.