This research paper is, firstly, an examination of online assessment, practises, tools, opportunities and constraints, and secondly, an examination of the issues of plagiarism and scholarly dishonesty, in particular with regard to distance learning and online assessment.
Creation of In-Class Activities Using Tablets, Styluses and the Office 365 Application OneNote Classroom
Webinar on March 26, 2018: Presented by Michaël Bégin, Teacher with the Centre d’études collégiales de Montmagny.
OneNote is well adapted to handwriting and synchronization across several devices. These characteristics make it an ideal tool for active learning activities in some disciplines which use mathematical formulas and diagrams to explain concepts. Such as physics and chemistry. These tools can also be used for distance learning courses in these academic disciplines. Although they are working from different places, students can share their work with their teacher or group almost instantly.