This infographic from the most recent ETRAC Survey is helpful in understanding how students use technology as part of their learning experience. I offer it here so you may peruse it for yourself. What stood out to me from this graphic was the section on the lower right which reported on what devices students use in class, which states that 1/4 of students use their mobile devices in class and 1/2 use their laptops. This is helpful to know for those faculty who are considering either encouraging students to use their phones/laptops in class or those who are considering banning the use of phones/laptops in class.
The Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University has compiled some great tips on increasing inclusion, equity, and access while teaching remotely. They offer tips on the following topics: Addressing unequal access to technology, hardware, and software Providing a balance between asynchronous and synchronous tools and course materials Creating an environment that includes and values
Example of Academic Integrity Statement, from Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith: Instructions for academic integrity for this exam: All cell phones and other electronic devices (except your computer or tablet) must be turned off. You are not allowed to use your computer or tablet except to: Use the Canvas quiz tab to keep track of your timer Email