Department of Mathematics Remote Teaching Website

"We prioritized safety and resiliency" -- Chancellor Howard Gillman

Message Board (8/21/2021)

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News on Fall 2021 teaching
  1. What is New?
  2. Chegg Honor Shield Proctoring Support Tool
General Information
  1. Coronavirus Messages -- UCI
  2. The DTEI's teaching anywhere webpage is always updating
  3. Online Learning Research Center, School of Education
  4. SoPS Expections for Students During Remote Instruction
Useful Teaching Resources
  1. LaTeX templates for lecture notes and hoemwork solutions
  2. Posting of Course Materials Violates University Policy
  3. Course Materials belong to Instructors -- UCEP,    Advise to Protect Your Course Materials.
  4. Campus and School Policy Q&A -- be cautious giving incompleteness grade
  5. New Instructor Oreintation -- Jeff Ludwig
  6. Remote Assessments -- At-Home exam Ideas -- Chris Davis and Bob Pelayo
Videos and Other Materials of Math Faculty
  1. Lecture Notes Template to link to the Prerequisite Webpage
  2. Professor Kaplan's Youtube channel and his Math 2B videos for remote teaching
  3. Professor Donaldson's webpage with a lot of course syllabi
  4. Online teaching resources -- Videos and lecture notes by math faculty
  5. The Math Department Syllabi Page
Exam Proctoring
  1. Student guide for setting up Respondus -- Rachel Lehman
  2. Advanced Zoom proctoring (TBA)
  1. 24/7 Canvas support
  2. Canvas quick setup -- Zhiqin Lu
  3. Sharing a Canvas sandbox -- Zhiqin Lu
  4. A quick guide to Canvas quiz and a sample quiz to be downloaded -- Chris Davis
  5. Making a Canvas quiz using shared questions -- Nathan Kaplan
    You can import a sample quiz from "Commons" by searching "Rachel Lehman" to see examples of different quiz question types.
  6. Adding Zoom, Yuja, Gradescope, etc to your Canvas -- Dennis Eichhorn
  7. At-home exam preparation -- Bob Pelayo
  8. Additonal tips of using Canvas & Respondus
Zoom and Yuja, and others
  1. A quick guide of using Zoom -- by Chris Davis
    1. Easiest: Desktop recording using Zoom
    2. Mediumest (requires webcam): Webcam recording using Zoom
    3. Hardest (requires iPad and stylus
  2. Zoom and other remote lecturing options
  3. Piazza instruction (if you teach a large class) -- Rachel Lehman
Archived Resources

2020 Summer Sessions
  1. Dear Summer Instructors email
2020 Spring quarter
  1. 2020 Sping final exam guide
  2. Spring 2020 Remote Teaching Policies -- Department of Mathematics
  3. Academic Senate P/NP regulations
  4. Academic Senate on the final exam
  5. DTEI/OIT sample Canvas Sandbox
2020 Winter quarter

  1. 2020 Winter quarter final exam -- policies and guideline
  2. Online final exam preparation -- by Phil Collins
  3. Vice Provost Michael B. Dennin on Pravicy Issues
  4. OIT list of 3rd Party Tools
  5. Advice for students transitioning to remote learning
  6. OIT provides Matlab and Mathemirca free for instructors and students






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