Academic integrity has emerged as one of the most profound challenges of virtual classrooms – particularly in large and high-stakes classes. Join your colleagues on Friday, January 22, 8:30 – 11 a.m., for a morning of real talk, thoughtful reflection, and practical ideas as we begin our third semester of COVID-impacted instruction. The morning will feature faculty and students sharing first-hand experiences and breakout sessions and demonstrations.
- Plenary Session to frame the problem and important considerations in addressing academic integrity in virtual classrooms
- Breakout Discussions to explore and evaluate solutions, alternatives to traditional exams, and identify strategies that suit your subject, your class size, and your teaching philosophy.
This event is geared towards instructional faculty, but all members of the campus community are invited. Please RSVP here.
ITS is proud to co-sponsor this Think-In with Faculty Advancement and Student Success, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Center for Inclusive Excellence