As the higher education sector implements solutions that mitigate students’ use of AI such as ChatGPT, Cadmus continues to support universities with long-established academic integrity capabilities.
Within Cadmus, educators have access to real-time analytics, monitoring the process of students’ development of an assessment rather than trying to catch AI-generated content upon submission.
The challenges of hybrid learning continue to be felt this upcoming exam period. Here are some tips for educators as they support students through new exam formats, platforms, and processes.
Student success depends largely on engagement and motivation. Here’s a student’s take on how even simple techniques can bridge the teacher-student gap and improve immersion in online learning.
We recap the highlights from using Cadmus at Charles Sturt University, shared by three academics at the annual CSU EdX teaching and learning conference.
Rubrics are critical for setting task expectations and providing rich feedback to students. Follow these tips for creating thoughtful and effective rubrics.
As the university sector emerges from the pandemic with new tools for teaching and learning, our latest survey reveals the key challenges faced as we head back on campus.
If you're looking to introduce your students to Cadmus, it's important to share the benefits of the platform with them as well. Take a look at what students had to say about working in Cadmus.
Successful EdTech implementations need thoughtful training to guide teachers towards success. Here are a few ways universities and providers can work together to deliver holistic support.
As we settle into new ways of working and learning, EdTech is no longer a nice to have. Here's why investment and opportunity are growing — this year, and beyond.
Make the most of every assessment in your subject. See how valuable Cadmus can be for in-semester tasks — not just exams.
Most of the learning technologies adopted during the pandemic focus on workflows, not pedagogical improvement. We look at the impact that different types of tools have on university learning.
Learn more about how we create assessment templates for academics. Our Learning Support Manager, Jess, talks us through the process and benefits to teachers and students.
We're miles ahead of where our product started just a few years ago. Learn more about the team, where we're heading, and the principles behind building a platform our users love.
Our Support Team help our users get the most out of using Cadmus. Learn more about how they work and their commitment to continuously improving experiences.
Our Commercial Team is core to our growth and success at Cadmus. Learn more about the team's goals, wins, and how they work together to create real impact.
Help your students get familiar with some of our best features so they can get the most out of their time working in Cadmus.
We go back to basics, breaking down the principles behind assessment for learning and how universities can embed better practices at scale.
We've taken a deeper look at how students are feeling about online learning, pulling together student feedback across the sector with trends we've seen in Cadmus.
Assessment platforms need to provide more than just workflow benefits. We break down the functionality you need to help your students learn and succeed.
Originally presented at the 2020 EDUCAUSE conference — see how ECU combined policy and technology partnerships to improve student outcomes.
Despite what these tools may claim, remote invigilation isn’t the only answer to upholding academic integrity online. We share insights from our journey developing a proctor-free assessment platform.
What is an online assessment platform? Which is best for your university? We take a look at assessment platforms and how effectively (or ineffectively) they address your assessment needs.
We're excited to announce that Cadmus is a member of the AWS EdStart Accelerator Program, providing us with technical and business support from Amazon.
We're excited to be launching new time limits and extensions functionality in Cadmus — making the online exams experience a whole lot smoother.
We've put together a few ideas for ensuring your students have a successful experience using Cadmus in their upcoming exam alternatives and major assessments.
Deakin University academic Ross Monaghan shares some advice for fellow teachers considering exam alternatives in light of recent COVID-19 changes to teaching.
Our Teaching Guides are designed to give you the ideas and strategies you need to elevate your teaching and improve student learning.
Access up-to-date learning analytics from the all new Insights page in Cadmus. Understand student engagement right throughout your assessment.
We're sharing some practical ideas and examples for using Cadmus to support students through this online teaching periods.
If you’re an administrator, learning designer, or teacher, you’ll be feeling the pressure of developing online teaching methods to support your students in China. Here are some ways Cadmus can help.
We've made improvements to the way you create and manage your assessments. Check out what's new in the Teacher Environment.
How are you developing students' academic skills? We've got some practical tips and ideas for supporting students from diverse backgrounds.
Don't take our word for it — see what other teachers have to say about using Cadmus in their subjects. They share some tips and advice for fellow teachers.
Academic Teaching Specialist, Rebecca Hull, shares her experiences and ideas around enhancing the delivery and quality of scientific assessments.
Cadmus CEO and Founder, Herk Kailis, discusses the consequences of adopting a punitive attitude towards academic integrity within the higher education sector.
We give you an introduction to the ideas behind learning-orientation, including student engagement with feedback and evaluative expertise.
We see data as a way to empower teachers and students throughout the assessment process. Learn more about the data we do (and don't) collect, and how we share it with our users.
Our templates are designed to help you create best practice assignment instructions. Learn how you can use them to get the most out of your assessments.
We all want our students to feel supported in their learning. Here are a few ways you can use scaffolding to help your students meet their assessment goals.
By taking a broader approach to your teaching evaluation you can improve your assessments and empower students to become better learners.
Getting students to engage with their learning can be a challenge. Learn how assessment design can motivate students to stay interested and involved.
Scaffolding helps students feel supported through an assessment. By designing a learning journey for students to follow in Cadmus, you can guide them towards successfully completing a task.
Assessment design shapes student learning. When we place all the focus on an end-of-semester exam, what does that mean for our students?
Moving your existing assignments into Cadmus is a great way to gain insight into how your students are working. See how Cadmus can help you improve your assessments in the long run.
Who said summative assessments couldn't be formative, too? Learn how to use Cadmus to create authentic, time-limited assessment pieces for your students.
Working assessment into tutorials is a great way to facilitate ongoing student engagement. Keep reading to learn how Cadmus can help you achieve this.
Academic Integrity can sometimes be hard to define or understand. Keep reading to learn how Cadmus supports you and your teachers maintain academic integrity in your assessments.