Building Academic Integrity in Online Courses
The pandemic revealed many benefits of online learning, as well as the appetite for it among students. Drawn by the flexibility and convenience online learning provides, students are driving demand for greater online course offerings. As colleges consider expanding their online programs, how can they ensure academic integrity?
The Chronicle convenes a panel of experts to answer that question in the upcoming virtual forum, “Building Academic Integrity in Online Courses.” Join us as they look back on lessons learned so far and offer projections for online learning’s future.
- What lessons did institutions learn during the pandemic pivot to virtual learning?
- What’s the right role for learning technologies like AI proctoring software?
- How do administrators and faculty members make sure those tools uphold student privacy and equitable education outcomes?
Paul FisherAssociate CIO & Director TLT Center,
Seton Hall University
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