MOOCs, online classes, hybrid classes—all of these advents in learning create a tremendous opportunity to engage students on a large scale. At the same time, the size of these classes seem to necessitate assessment approaches that open the door for large-scale cheating and plagiarism.
In this session we share share strategies for developing online courses that short circuit the potential for plagiarism and academic misconduct that rise as instructors move more coursework online.
Dr. Bernard Bull is the Asst. Vice President of Academics and the Director/Chair of the M.S. Program in Educational Design & Technology and also an Associate Professor of Education at Concordia University Wisconsin. His academic interests range across a number of topics that touch on digital learning and the ethical implications of the use of technology in education. Bernard recently led an eight-week MOOC course for faculty on the topic of "Understanding Cheating in Online Courses."
Jason Chu is Education Director for Turnitin. His focus is on working to build resources for educators, and his personal passion is to find better ways to enhance student achievement. He will be moderating this webinar.