Academic Integrity

Faculty Perspectives of Academic Integrity During COVID-19: A Mixed Methods Study of Four Canadian Universities

Faculty members are crucial partners in promoting academic integrity at Canadian universities, but their needs related to academic integrity are neither well documented nor understood. To address this gap, we developed a mixed methods survey to gather faculty perceptions of facilitators and barriers to using the existing academic integrity procedures, policies, resources, and supports required […]

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Proctored On-Campus Vs. Unproctored Online Exams

Online education is expected to grow, bringing new challenges. One of the biggest challengesconcerns the validity of online assessments. Questions arise about cheating, including whether ornot the person taking the assessments is the student registered for the course. Studies have tried todetermine the amount of cheating in online assessments using student self-reporting. Concernabout the validity

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Reducing Cheating Opportunities in Online Test

This paper focuses on reducing cheating opportunities of online test assessment. Increasing use of online test in all course presentation formats(online, blended/hybrid or facilitated) has elevated faculty concerns of cheating.Efforts by educators to reduce cheating have been ongoing and with somesuccess but, as the results of a study reported here more is needed. Two sectionsof

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