Strategies to Support Online Academic Integrity

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Strategies to Support Online Academic Integrity

Time: February 16, 2022 from 12pm to 12:45pm
Location: Virtual
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Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Erin Maney
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Strategies to Support Online Academic Integrity
February 16, 2022
Cheating is a pedagogical issue, not a technological one. Faulting students and technology, and attempting to apply a one size fits all approach, or tech. solution to a pedagogical problem, misses the point and the opportunity to understand this issue from the learning and learner perspectives. It is complex and requires work on everyone’s part – administrators, faculty, and students. So, from an instructional design perspective, rather than starting with the question “How do we prevent cheating?” the better questions are “What exactly is it that you are trying to achieve? And what, pedagogically, is the best way to assess, or evaluate learning, given the options and limitations of the online environment?” This session will provide strategies, tools, and resources to assist online faculty and IDs to better understand how to support online academic honesty and online faculty and learner success.

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