Webcourses@UCF Training

Webcourses@UCF training workshops are available to all faculty, staff and teaching assistants employed by UCF. If you are interested in scheduling a custom training workshop for you, your program, department or college, please fill out our online form at https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/webcourses/contact/ to learn more.

One-on-One Support

If you need one-on-one technical assistance, please contact Webcourses@UCF Support at https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/webcourses/contact/ to schedule an appointment.

Getting Started with Webcourses@UCF

This introductory session walks you through the basics: adding your Syllabus, creating Pages and Modules, using Templates, and creating Assignments and Assessments to get your students started. Sessions currently by request. Please contact https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/webcourses/contact/

Online Proctoring at UCF

Faculty have requested the opportunity to review the proctoring options available at UCF and to talk them through with someone who can answer their technical questions. Whether it is for yourself, your program, department, or college, please contact us to schedule a session. The discussion usually takes one hour and includes demonstrations, and well as pro and cons of ProctorHub, Respondus Lockdown Browser/Respondus Monitor, and Honorlock.


Some colleges have contracted to use Honorlock online proctoring services for their high-stakes exams:

Understanding Honorlock Proctoring and Analyzing Student Results

April 21 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Nick Carlson to achieve a better understanding of Honorlock’s Automated and Live Pop-in proctoring, as well as how to best analyze your student’s session recordings. During this session, you’ll learn exactly how our automated proctoring works and what scenarios may lead to intervention by one of our proctors. We’ll also be taking an in-depth look at how to best analyze student recordings. This will better prepare you to make your own determinations as to what may constitute academic dishonesty in a remote proctoring setting.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify what Honorlock’s Automated Proctoring considers worthy of review, which may result in a flag or live proctor intervention.
  • Review the live pop-in process in real-time to develop a better understanding of how Honorlock proctors interact with students.
  • Analyze student session recordings including flags/violations in order to better interpret proctoring results.
  • Understand critical “do’s and don’ts” to ensure you and your students have a smooth exam experience.

Using Honorlock With Canvas

May 24 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Matt Schreiber for an informational webinar. Matt will demonstrate how to integrate Honorlock with your courses in Canvas, enable Honorlock for your assessments, and simulate the student experience. He’ll also share ways to review Honorlock results once your assessments are complete.

Using Honorlock with Universal/3rd Party Websites

May 27 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Kim Pulda for an informational webinar. Kim will demonstrate how to integrate Honorlock with your courses, enable Honorlock for your 3rd party assessments, and simulate the student experience. She’ll also share ways to review Honorlock results once your assessments are complete.

Honorlock Best Practices

June 1 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Daniel Conboy for an informational webinar. Daniel will discuss what each proctoring toggle means and how it may impact the student experience. He will recommend different proctoring settings based on the type of exam (i.e. a final exam may need additional proctoring measures compared to an open-book quiz.)

He’ll provide examples of unique exam scenarios and he will explain how to best configure your exam settings to optimize your student’s overall testing experience.

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand which proctoring settings to enable for different types of exams.
  • Understand how Honorlock’s AI functions and the impact it has on the reporting data for your assessments.
  • Implement shared best practices to ensure a smooth exam day experience.

An In-Depth Look at Honorlock Proctoring

June 2 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Ariel Hastings and Americo Stellato for an overview of Honorlock Proctoring. During this webinar, you’ll get an in-depth look at all things Proctoring! We will take you through how proctors identify students that need intervention and how a proctor interacts with a student during an exam. You will also learn how to look at proctoring results and understand the various severities of incidents.

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the various features Honorlock provides to ensure academic integrity.
  • Identify what actions/incidents trigger AI requests and flags.
  • Understand how Honorlock’s proctors interact with exam takers.
  • Understand how to interpret the proctoring results.

How to Analyze and Review Results

June 3 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Nick Carlson for an informational webinar. Nick will describe the features and functionality of the session viewer. He’ll discuss the different types of flags that may appear on student sessions and provide tips on how to manage your time when analyzing results.

After this session, you will be able to:

  • Confidently navigate the student session viewer.
  • Understand what the different flags mean.
  • Understand methods of detecting potential academic dishonesty.

Honorlock Troubleshooting

June 8 at 2:00 PM EST

Join Jacob Satzer and Nick Carlson for an informational webinar. They will discuss some of the most common inquiries that we receive from students and faculty. They will also share ways to prepare your students for their exams.

After this session, you will be able to:

  • Understand our minimum system requirements.
  • Create a practice exam for your students so they can verify that they meet Honorlock’s system requirements.
  • Implement shared best technical practices to ensure a smooth exam day experience.
  • Understand how you and your students can contact Honorlock Support.

Panopto Essentials Workshops

The Panopto Essentials Workshop is an opportunity to ask any questions you have about using Panopto at UCF.

About this Event

This workshop will give you the opportunity to ask Panopto administrators from the university your questions. It is best suited for those that have already taken Panopto Essentials or other Panopto training which is a requirement to use the tool:

It is also available for those interested in learning more about Panopto or need a refresher if they are already credentialed to teach a course with Panopto. Note: Panopto is normally only used for distance learning courses. For Spring 2021, it is going to be available to any course after completion of one of the trainings.

You will receive a Zoom link to join the workshop a couple days before the scheduled event and again two hours before the event. If you have not received a link or cannot access the session, please reach out to the FMC at fmc@ucf.edu .

NOTE: The Zoom session will require you login with your UCF credentials to join the meeting. If you have not done so before, login using the SSO method, type in UCF in the box, and you will be directed to the UCF login page where you will enter your NID and NID password. Then attempt to rejoin the meeting. Here are more detailed instructions on signing into UCF Zoom account.

Available for UCF faculty only. Please register with your UCF email or you will be removed from the attendee list.

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