Join us for lunch on Wednesday, November 15 in LIB286 to learn about innovative strategies that promote academic integrity across all course instruction modalities.
Wednesday, November 15 —12pm to 1pm — LIB286
Are students more inclined to exhibit dishonest behaviors in online environments compared to face-to-face environments? Join us over lunch to learn how research ultimately shows that, contrary to popular opinion, students in online courses do not practice dishonest behaviors more than students in face-to-face courses.
We will also share a range of innovative strategies that promote academic integrity across all course instruction modalities, including instructional design strategies, in-person proctoring, and virtual proctoring. Advantages and disadvantages of each, alongside recommendations on how to implement these strategies in your course.
Academic Integrity By Design Presentation Slides