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Academic Integrity and Assessment Design in the Age of AI

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In the last three years, the percentage of exam content found on the web has grown from 12% to 36%. With the rise of AI tools like ChatGPT, are academic leaders prepared to develop procedures and assessments that support academic integrity? The data available to address these concerns is overwhelming. Deciphering how to sort through it, determine the best game plan and find ways to turn the data into actionable next steps is even more daunting.

Join Dr. Julie Schell, Assistant Vice Provost of Academic Technology at the University of Texas at Austin, and Jordan Adair, Honorlock’s VP of Product, as they discuss meaningful and real-world advice on navigating and utilizing the wealth of data found in higher education to help build an environment of academic integrity and student success. Learn how to use analytics to address gaps in the teaching and learning experience, deliver a healthier academic environment, and save faculty valuable time.

As you walk away from our session, we hope you learn:

• Tips to evaluate and develop policies and procedures that support academic integrity
• Best practices to build better assessments using data insights
• Tactics to improve faculty engagement and bolster learning outcomes

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Webinar speakers

Jordan Adair
VP of Product at Honorlock

Jordan Adair is the VP of Product at Honorlock who leads product development initiatives. Jordan believes in delivering a solution that empowers instructors and improves the student experience. He began his career in education as an elementary and middle school teacher. Jordan has a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations from Florida Atlantic University.

Dr. Julie Schell
Assistant Vice Provost of Academic Technology, The University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Julie Schell is the Assistant Vice Provost of Academic Technology and the Director of the Office of Academic Technology at The University of Texas at Austin. She oversees the University’s technology-enhanced learning ecosystem and works to advance teaching and learning through the strategic use of academic technology. She is also an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Departments of Design and Educational Leadership and Policy, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on learning experience design. In her current studios, Dr. Schell and her students are partnering with generative AI to prototype speculative objects and environments designed to improve teaching and learning in education settings.

Dr. Schell is also an award-winning college teaching and learning expert with over 25 years of expertise in higher education. She has delivered over 100 talks, workshops, and keynotes on teaching and learning. She is the creator of Think Before You Design Think, a popular introductory human-centered design curriculum she first launched at AT&T and has delivered at Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations throughout the United States. Dr. Schell’s approach to design thinking focuses on using the principles of learning science to develop design thinking self-efficacy, especially among non-designers. She has supported thousands of new learners in their journey to understand and apply human-centered design to improve lived experiences.

Dr. Schell completed her doctorate in higher and postsecondary education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and a four-year post-doctoral fellowship focused on the science of teaching and learning in the Mazur Group at Harvard University. She has held positions at the nation’s top research universities, including Yale, Stanford, Columbia and Harvard.