DSP Guidance for Faculty: Remote Access

DSP is here to support faculty and staff, as well as our shared USC students, during the remote class and exam delivery. We are prepared to provide focused support and consultation, as needed. For official USC updates, please go to https://sites.usc.edu/coronavirus/.

DSP Best Zoom Practices

Our top priority remains ensuring that everyone at USC has access to the world-class technology they need to successfully learn, teach and work online and in the classroom and office. The following information will provide best practices for Zoom.

Center for Excellence in Teaching

A list of helpful resources to enhance online teaching. Resources include webinars, workshops, and handouts to help get you started. For more information, please visit: http://cet.usc.edu/online-teaching/

Academic Integrity and Online Assessments and Examinations

In his Spring 2021 update, the Provost announced that USC will discontinue the use and support of the Respondus Monitor proctoring tool. To assist faculty in identifying alternatives, and for those who wish to explore assessment options for their midterms, the Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET) will be offering assessment workshops during the month of February.  CET is also available for individual, department, and school consultations regarding assessment options and course design. Email us to schedule a time.