At this year’s Learning @ Scale conference, the five papers we are presenting are part of a flipped session. In the flipped session, the presentations for the papers are filmed in advance and made available to conference attendees; the time at the conference is then spent on demonstrations, discussions, and activities.
The five presentations are now available as part of the conference’s course on edX Edge. They all be found here, after logging in with an edX Edge account. Below are direct links to the presentations’ pages on edX as well:
- Graders as Meta-Reviewers: Simultaneously Scaling and Improving Expert Evaluation for Large Online Classrooms.
- Expert Evaluation of 300 Projects per Day.
- TAPS: A MOSS Extension for Detecting Software Plagiarism at Scale.
- The Unexpected Pedagogical Benefits of Making Higher Education Accessible.
- Designing Videos with Pedagogical Strategies: Online Students’ Perceptions of Their Effectiveness.
The videos alone can also be found on the corresponding presentation pages on this site under media.