SET Fall 2020 - Rethinking Academic Integrity Online
From Craig Clarkson
Perry Glanzer (School of Education), Lori Kanitz (Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty), Wes Null (Provost’s Office), Ken Van Treuren (Mechanical Engineering)
Thursday, October 8, 2020
As many instructors are administering assessments online, they must consider implications for academic integrity. In making assessment decisions, instructors will benefit from a robust picture of academic integrity broadly and online aspects specifically. In this session, participants will hear a range of perspectives, addressing factors contributing to academic dishonesty, instructors’ role in fostering students’ wisdom and virtue, institutional ramifications, and tools of interest to students and faculty.