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Proactive Approaches for Academic Integrity in Remote and Online Learning

The sudden shift to remote learning has led to concerns about new opportunities for students to engage in unauthorized shortcuts. In this session, Academic Integrity and STEM professionals from the University of Maryland Global Campus, a primarily online institution, will share research on academic integrity in online courses, strategies for promoting integrity in remote learning environmenta, and examples of how content learning is achieved in any setting designed for online education.

While this workshop will focus primarily on STEM classrooms, anyone concerned about giving high stakes tests remotely is encouraged to attend.

Panelists

  • Jen Simonds, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President for Academic Integrity & Accountability, The University of Maryland Global Campus
  • James Coker, Ph.D., Sciences Department Chair, The University of Maryland Global Campus
  • Robin Searles-Adenegan, Ph.D., Biology Program Director, The University of Maryland Global Campus

  • Led by: Dr. Jen Simonds (U of Maryland); Dr. James Coker (U of Maryland); Dr. Robin Searles-Adenegan (U of Maryland)
  • Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2021
  • Time: 4:30 - 5:30 PM
  • Location: Virtual

Tags: academic integrity, plagiarism, cheating, remote learning, #LEX
Format: hands-on
Event ID: 02064


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